Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust provides a range of physical, mental health and learning disability services to children and adults across Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull.
We operate out of approximately 50 sites and provide inpatient, community and day clinics, as well as specialist services, to a population of about 1 million. On average, we see around 5,000 patients every day. Our services received an overall rating of 'Good' by the CQC .
We are proud that NHS England have named us a Global Digital Exemplar– one of only seven mental health trusts in the country to gain this status. This will allow us to transform patient care through new technologies.
Alongside other Trusts, local government and the third sector, we are part of the Coventry & Warwickshire Health and Care Partnership which is designed to integrate care and better meet local health and care needs now and in the future.
A number of agencies, such as regulators and commissioners for example, require us to publish a range of information about our services and our performance. These can be found within our Corporate Publications section.
In May 2022, we launched our new vision and strategy, which we called "People at our Heart". It has been developed with the involvement of more than a thousand colleagues, service user and carer representatives, volunteers and others. This means we are confident that it reflects the needs of the people we serve, as well as the people who work for our Trust.
Our vision statement sets out what we want to achieve over the next five years:
We will become an innovative, forward-thinking, and inclusive teaching organisation, enabling us to provide consistently high quality, safe and compassionate care.
Among other benefits, becoming a teaching organisation will enable us to attract the best clinicians and other professional staff, improve the quality of the care we provide to our service users, and offer greater opportunities to participate in research and innovation.
Our Core Purpose
To make a positive difference to the health and wellbeing of people and communities who need our services.
Our core purpose is at the heart of everything we do. Colleagues involved in the engagement programme agreed that this is the fundamental reason why we come into work every day. No matter what our role or contribution, we are all here to ensure the Trust is providing excellent care and making a real difference to the lives of local people.
Our values underpin everything we do and how we do it. They reflect how we act, think and treat others, and they set us apart from other organisations. Whether you are working for or with us, or being cared for by us, our five values represent the attitudes and behaviours that our service users, colleagues, partners, and others can expect from us.