BE THE NURSE YOU WANT TO
Our Learning Disability (LD) Pathway provides care and treatment for adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities and other neuro-developmental disorders.
Working with young people is a richly rewarding aspect of mental health nursing – and one of the toughest too. It also offers enormous scope for creativity, inspiration, play-based therapy and fun.
Mens Mental Health
In our Men's Pathway, we care for males aged 18-65+. We have over 240 beds across three of our four sites where we offer comprehensive care across medium, low, locked and open environments.
Women’s Mental Health
St Andrew’s is a safe place for rehabilitation and recovery for women with complex needs. We’re committed to helping women regain their independence, return to their lives and continue a parenting role, if they are mothers.
The Neuropsychiatry Pathway at St Andrew’s is a specialist service delivering tailored care to support people with complex, acquired and progressive brain conditions, including dementia and Huntington’s disease.
Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Our Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Pathway is for people on the Spectrum who often have coexisting conditions, such as mental and physical illness, or additional developmental disorders such as a personality disorder which puts them or others at risk of harm.
St Andrew’s Healthcare is where you can become the nurse you want to be. Here are 15 reasons why this is the right place to follow your career.
We appreciate that moving to a different part of the country can be a daunting prospect – it’s not as simple as switching job in the same city or region.
Read case studies from Nurses currently growing their careers with us.
It’s important to us that you enjoy a genuinely interesting, fulfilling career at St Andrew’s Investing in the development of our nurses is key to raising our standards even higher.
The creation of FitzRoy House in Northampton is an exciting new chapter for St Andrew’s. When it opens in 2017, it will become home to over 100 patients.
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