The Huntercombe Group is an independent provider of specialist services. We work in partnership with the NHS to deliver exceptional person-centred services.
The Huntercombe Group’s Nursing and Medical teams have well- developed specialist expertise – we have recruited the best talent. Every patient or resident at The Huntercombe Group is treated as – more...an individual, recognising their own very specific and often complex needs. It is their right to be valued and cared for in a safe, therapeutic environment whilst receiving the professional, clinical support they require.
Our Service Areas Specialist Brain Injury
We provide intense rehabilitation for adults in the post-acute phase following a brain injury right through to neuropalliative care for adults with a progressive neurological condition. Our five service areas are: specialist rehabilitation, slow-stream rehabilitation, complex disability management, neuropalliative care and respite care.
Specialist Children’s Residential and Short Break Service
This service is for children and young people with physical and/or intellectual disabilities, complex needs and behavioural and emotional difficulties.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health
We offer inpatient and day patient care for adolescents with severe mental disorders and young people in crisis. Our services range from psychiatric intensive care, through to low secure, general adolescent services and treatment for eating disorders.
Adult Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities
We offer a range of integrated inpatient adult mental health and intellectual disability services in both healthcare and adult social care settings at various levels of security. – less
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Compassionate Yet Testing Workplace
Written by Rehabilitation Assistant (Current Employee) from Blackheath on 18 June 2019
- Long hours with very little break.
- How to be perceptive in my compassion
- Management varied, improving from atrocious to stable enough to manage.
- The workplace culture was unfriendly and antisocial.
-The lack of understanding coworkers seemed to feel towards people with acute neuro-disability was the hardest part, with some associates - more...