Hallam Street Hospital

0121 612 8628 Hallam Street, Hallam Street , West Bromwich, B71 4NH
http://www.bcpft.nhs.uk

1.5 out of 5 stars

Based on 10 ratings for this hospital

News:

  • Safe Staffing Levels Unify Summary - May 2014
  • BCPFT Monthly Staffing Data Report

Overview

Hallam Street Hospital provides intensive 24-hour in-patient care to people who need more support than we can give them in the community.

From the first day someone enters the hospital, we work with that person to help them become well enough to return home. People stay for different lengths of time, but most people stay for between 2 to 6 weeks. People stay on one of our three wards, Abbey, Charlemont or Friar. Each ward has single-sex accommodation for both men and women.

Contact details, map and directions

Hallam Street Hospital

Tel: 0121 612 8628   Fax: 0121 6128090

Address: Hallam Street, Hallam Street, West Bromwich, B71 4NH

Website: http://www.bcpft.nhs.uk

Email: communications.team@bcpft.nhs.uk

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Latest news

Safe Staffing Levels Unify Summary - May 2014

Safe Staffing levels unify summary for all inpatient wards at Hallam Street Hospital, and across the Trust - May 2014

Associated document

BCPFT Safe Staffing Unify Summary - May 2014.pdf (.pdf, 206.17 KB)

Last updated on 19 June 2014.

BCPFT Monthly Staffing Data Report

This report provides a review of the correct staffing levels needed in all the Trust’s inpatient units, in order to ensure safe and effective care.

The report also contains a review of staffing levels for the month of April 2014, setting out the numbers of staff who were on duty against the planned numbers.

Tables showing these figures can be seen in Part 2.

Associated document

BCPFT monthly staffing data report.pdf (.pdf, 879.35 KB)

Last updated on 06 June 2014.

Quality of service at Hallam Street Hospital

Care Quality Commission inspection ratings

% of registered nurse day hours filled as planned (Hospital)

87% of planned level - This shows how well the ward's staffing requirements are being met

% of Unregistered care staff day hours filled as planned (Hospital)

166% of planned level - This shows how well the ward's staffing requirements are being met

% of registered nurse night hours filled as planned (Hospital)

112% of planned level - This shows how well the ward's staffing requirements are being met

% of Unregistered care staff night hours filled as planned (Hospital)

142% of planned level - This shows how well the ward's staffing requirements are being met

Friends and Family Test score: Staff - Care

60%staff recommend this hospital for care. 136 responses. 2001 staff work at this trust.

Friends and Family Test score: Staff - Work

49%staff recommend this hospital as a place to work. 136 responses. 2001 staff work at this trust.

Friends and Family Test score: Mental Health

NA%Patients recommend this hospital. 4 responses.

Friends and Family Test Score: Community

87%Patients recommend this hospital. 31 responses.

Latest reviews of this hospital

why is this place even here

staff giving patients hard time ,patients talked down to.care plans not discussed with patients , broken wash facilities , no towels , r...

12 January 2017

Shockingly bad hospital

My wife has been a patient in both charlenont house and friar house and if I'm honest I can't see the point of them. The whole outfit is ...

1 October 2016

Needs to improve

Too reliant on drugs that are decades old, doctors contradict each other. Failure to really engage with sleep problems and realise they a...

4 August 2016

Horrible

I am an impatient they treat us horrible barely and communication we have no cutlery and no washing up liquid

19 July 2016

Anonymous

Appalled by the whole service the staff speak to you like your nothing and they always seem to have an attitude.Nothing is organised prop...

15 June 2016

Last updated on 16 September 2016.

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