The Journey So Far
Park House improvement works
We know how important it is to ensure Park House in its current condition is improved and we have invested over £3million in refurbishments and enhancements since 2017.
We have invested in areas across the building to improve facilities, safety, privacy and dignity, compliance and service user experience to support the delivery of care.
Recent projects have included; ward refurbishments, the enhancement of service user garden spaces, the redevelopment of the central café facility and improvements to circulation spaces. This has ensured the physical environment maintains a priority, alongside our commitment to current and future service users, carers and families, to offer the best available care, in an environment that facilitates and supports recovery.
Ongoing work is planned to continue making improvements until the new development is complete and in use by 2024.
Public Engagement Events
A number of public engagement events (including virtual events) were held for residents, service users, carers and stakeholders to attend and find out more about the proposed redevelopment as well as provide their feedback.
These took place at Park House on the North Manchester General Hospital site and virtually on Microsoft Teams between 18 and 20 August 2020. The Project team were on hand to answer any questions about the redevelopment and boards, with plans and images of the proposal, were on display.
Please click here to see the Public Engagement Presentation.
It's really important to us to hear the thoughts of our service users, carers, clinicians and other stakeholders. We’re continuing to run workshops, so that you can get involved and feed into the design process.
If you’d like to take part in a workshop, please contact us to find out more.
Do you have any thoughts or ideas that you’d like to share?
Please email any feedback or comments to us at improvingmentalhealthNM@gmmh.nhs.uk
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