RedArc adds mental health department

New internal team approach

Adam Saville
clock • 2 min read

Specialist team will be include nurses with experience in dementia, trauma, substance misuse and more

Practical, medical and emotional support service RedArc has established a mental health department. Although patients will continue to be supported by a single dedicated nurse adviser, a new internal team approach will enable specialist knowledge to be shared with view to improve patient outcomes. Led by Alison Simmons, RedArc senior mental health nurse adviser, the team, reporting to Sue Kinsella, head of nursing services, will include five other specialist mental health nurses with experience in dementia, trauma, substance misuse, care of the elderly and general practice. "We cer...

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