Why Use Us?

WHY USE US?

St Magnus provides first class care for male adult patients who are suffering from medical issues which are wide and varied but, in general, means that each patient requires a degree of care over and above the ‘normal’.

Our patients enjoy the very latest facilities which are being constantly invested in to make certain that the facilities at St Magnus are class leading for adult care patients.

ST MAGNUS HOSPITAL LOW SECURE UNIT

Sycamore Ward
This is a 9-bedded Initial Assessment and Intensive Care/ High Dependency ward. It is situated on the ground floor of the unit Most patients admitted to the Low Secure Unit will be initially cared for on this ward before transfer to the other wards based on their individual needs.

Willow Ward
This ward provides 9 beds for patients who suffer from mental illness and/or personality disorder but with little or no cognitive impairment. It is situated on the first floor of the unit.

Oak Ward
This is a 15-bedded ward situated on the second floor of the unit. It caters for patients suffering from mental disorder who also have significant cognitive impairment, challenging behaviour and serious physical health problems.

ST MAGNUS HOSPITAL LOCKED RECOVERY SERVICE

These are locked wards providing care for patients who do not require low secure services but do required a locked, carefully managed care environment due to the potential risk posed to other people, e.g. patients who have proved too aggressive towards other residents, visitors and staff to be safely managed in an EMI care home. These wards function as step down facilities for the low secure unit but may also admit patients direct from the community where appropriate. These wards may care for patients subject to DoLS (Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards) as well as those detained under the Mental Health Act 1983.

Cowdray Ward
This is an 8 bedded Initial Assessment and Intensive Care/ High Dependency ward. It is situated on the ground floor of the unit and has its own secure garden area. Most patients admitted to the Locked Recovery Service from the community will be initially cared for on this ward before transfer to the other wards based on their individual needs.

Petworth Ward
This ward provides 15 beds for patients who suffer from mental illness and/or personality disorder but with little or no cognitive impairment. It is situated on the first floor of the hospital. 

Park House Unit
This is a 30 bedded purpose built unit consisting of 18 beds in the wards of the Park House Unit and 12 beds of Goodwood Ward, newly commissioned in January 2016. It caters for patients suffering from mental disorder who also have significant cognitive impairment, challenging behaviour and serious physical health problems. This is a single level, ground floor unit with its own secure gardens.