From Monday 3 April, we will be moving to our new directorate structure. This will establish adult community and mental health services directorates in Bromley, Bexley and Greenwich. This will bring together our adult mental health services, older person’s mental health services and adult community services, enabling us to integrate our services further and improve working with partners in the boroughs.
Our new directorate structure will be:
Greenwich Adult Community and Mental Health Services and Adult Learning Disability Services
Service Director: Iain Dimond
Lorraine Regan will be the Associate Director for Integration; this is a new sessional post that will support integration between our mental health and community services, and with partner agencies in the borough.
Directorate team base: Memorial Hospital, Shooters Hill, London SE18 3RG
0208 836 8543
Iain will manage the trustwide learning disability sub-directorate.
Bexley Care (Adult Community and Mental Health Services working in partnership with Bexley Council Social Care Services)
Service Director: Tom Brown
Sarah Burchell is the Associate Director for Integration.
Directorate team base: 181 Lodge Hill, Goldie Leigh, Abbey Wood, London, SE2 0AY
0208 319 7205
Bromley Mental Health Services
Service Director: Estelle Frost (Estelle currently is on family leave, Helen Smith will be acting director)
Directorate team base: Carlton Parade, 1-6 Carlton Parade, Orpington, BR6 0JB
0208 301 9455
Children’s and Young People’s Services
Service Director: Stephen Whitmore
Clinical Director: Lesley French
Directorate team base: Highpoint House, Memorial Hospital, Shooters Hill, London, SE18 3RZ
0203 260 5187
Forensic and Prison Services
Service Director: Keith Soper
Clinical Director: Elizabeth Zachariah
Directorate team base: Bracton Centre, Bracton Lane, off Leyton Cross Road, Dartford, Kent, DA2 7AF
Staff will be moving to their new bases over the coming fortnight and our incident reporting system Datix, E-roster system and iFox information system are being reconfigured to reflect the new structure.