CNWL has almost 7,000 staff providing integrated healthcare to a third of London's population, Milton Keynes and areas beyond.
We employ approximately 7000 staff to provide more than 300 different health services across 150 sites and in many other community settings. Types of services include:
- Physical health: Community treatment for physical conditions that do not require general hospital treatment or conditions that require long-term care. This includes district nursing, health visitors, stroke care and support for people in recovery.
- Mental health: Community and hospital treatment for children, adults and older people with mental health problems. Services range from counselling support for mild conditions to rehabilitation treatment for long and enduring mental health problems.
- Learning disabilities: Assessment and treatment for people with learning disabilities who also have complex mental health needs and/or challenging behaviour. Services are provided in the community or hospital.
- Eating disorders: Admission to hospital or appointment sessions are provided to support men and women with an eating disorder.
- Addictions: Community drug and alcohol treatment services are provided, as well as hospital admission when it is needed. Specialist services to address problem gambling, compulsive behaviour and club drug problems are also available.
- Sexual health: Appointment and walk-in services are available for anyone who needs them. This includes contraceptive choices, treatment of sexually transmitted infections and HIV testing and treatment.
- Prison and offender care: Full healthcare services, including primary healthcare, addictions and mental health support, are provided in a number of prisons. Mental health support is also provided in the community for people who have offended in the past or people at risk of offending.
For more information about our services please visit our website: www.cnwl.nhs.uk