Older Adults Community Mental Health Team Bexley

This team provides mental health services for older adults (aged 65 and over) from the borough of Bexley. They provide continued support to enable people to achieve their personal goals.

Care plans are reviewed regularly to help people continue to live as independently as possible.

Oxleas Patient Experience survey

The Oxleas Patient Experience survey gives you the opportunity to feedback on the care and treatment you have received. We also encourage your friends, family and carers to also provide feedback. Hearing your views gives us a better understanding of the needs of our patients, families and carers which helps us to make sure that we are providing a good standard of care. 

The short survey only takes a few minutes to complete and you can provide a written comment explaining what you think is working well and what is not. The Patient Experience team will collect the results of the surveys and these are shared with the relevant departments and management teams. This helps us to shape our services to continually improve the quality of the care and treatment we provide.

Bexleyheath Centre

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How to find us:

Bus routes: 89, 96, 422, 486, B11, B12, B13, B15 and B16 stop near the centre.

Trains: The nearest train station is Bexleyheath.

Parking: There is limited car parking at the centre and there is a pay and display car park between the Broadway and Albion Road.

Address:

Bexleyheath Centre
4 Emerton Close
Bexleyheath
Kent,

DA6 8DX

Public phone number:

020 8301 9400

1 Comments

Hi,

I'm writing in regards to Jack's care. Jack has been transferred from a London CMHT he is a outpatient at the maudsley.
Jack has been calling to get urgent care and has not been able to get through for weeks.
I am appalled by the lack of care for this vunerable young man and would like you to call him as a matter of urgency.

I look forward to hearing from you.
Sophie (Jacks partner)

Dear Sophie

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I will look into this and make sure that the appropriate service responds to Jack as soon as possible.

Iain Dimond
Director of Adult Mental Health and Learning Disability Services