Meadowfield Hospital is an inpatient hospital for people with acute mental health problems in Worthing, West Sussex. It comprises of 3 wards that cater for adults 18 years and above and a 'Place of Safety' called The 136 suite.
Each ward has a clinic, laundry room, patient’s kitchen, dining area, TV lounge and quiet rooms including a dedicated women’s lounge. There is a range of therapy rooms including a kitchen, art room, pottery room and gymnasium and a café run by Sussex Oakleaf, the mental health charity.
All 3 wards at Meadowfield operate with open doors. This is something we are incredibly proud of, and often contributes to positive comments about the atmosphere here on any of the wards.
We have the equipment we need to care for people with physical disabilities to help those staying on our wards to remain as independent as possible.Read more about our Adult Mental health services
Larch Ward is an older person's mental health (OPMH) ward for people aged 65 and over and will have up to 18 patients at a time.
Maple ward is a general ward for people with mental health problems aged 18 - 65. Maple Ward is an exciting, vibrant environment to work in, and also has our health-based place of safety (136 suite) attached to it.
Rowan Ward is a general ward for working-age (18-65) people with mental health problems. We are a multi-disciplinary ward team that consists of other Consultants, Nurse’s, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists and more.
The Place of Safety Suite is a dedicated mental health facility for people that have been detained by the police and brought to us for a safe assessment of their mental health needs. The new POS (136 suite) consists of a secure outdoor space, separate accommodation, assessment and office space and has been equipped with brand new furniture.
The Haven is a dedicated, mental health crisis assessment facility located on the Meadowfield Hospital site in Worthing. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and provides support and assessment for adults over the age of 18 in East Sussex, West Sussex and Brighton and Hove, who are experiencing a mental health crisis The Haven is run by a team of dedicated NHS staff and provides: - A 24/7 mental health crisis facility - An alternative to attending A&E for people experiencing a mental health crisis - An alternative to hospital admission The Haven is not a walk-in service, assessment is by professional referral only.
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