Chapman Barker Unit
At the Chapman Barker Unit, we support adults over the age of 18 who have an alcohol and/or drug dependence and who require a medically managed admission to our 36 bed inpatient unit.
We provide holistic care during detoxes by using medical, therapeutic, and psychological methods of treatment, ensuring patients are involved with their recovery care plans and encouraging input from their families and carers. Find out more about the Chapman Barker Unit in the video below:
The unit has two admission pathways.
Planned admissions are patients who have worked with their community teams towards completing a detox, have complex issues with substances and co-existing mental and physical health concerns.
The second pathway is the Radar pathway via a referral from a Greater Manchester A&E. Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust is home to UK’s first Rapid Access Detoxification Alcohol hospital which is a bespoke 7 day programme.
The Chapman Barker Unit’s multi disciplinary team are committed to supporting patients through their recovery to ensure best possible patient outcomes.
The team includes 24/7 nursing support comprising of Registered Mental Nurses, Support Workers, Registered General Nurses, Addiction Psychiatry Consultants, Ward-based Medical and Psychiatric Doctors, a Psychosocial Intervention Team, a Social Worker and Physiotherapist. Out of hours support is available from the Hospital At Night Team to ensure medical issues are addressed 24 hours a day.
What to expect on admission to the Chapman Barker Unit
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