Clackmannanshire Community Healthcare Centre provides a wide range of outpatient services. The Centre is also home to two inpatient wards, 3 GP practices and a Day Therapy Unit. In addition, it has a local Mental Health Resource Centre which provides specialised assessment and support for people with severe or complex mental health issues.
The centre is also a base for district nurses, health visitors, community rehabilitation teams, health improvement and a wide range of support services and classes. These include rehabilitation exercise classes for patients with chronic lung conditions, smoking cessation classes, carers support group, hearing aid repair clinics and cancer support nursing staff.
For general appointment enquiries, contact 01324 566249
- Mental Health Services for Older People
- Paediatric Services (Child Health)
- Pre-operative Assessment Clinic
- Psychology (including counselling)
- Rehabilitation Services (REACH and Re-ablement Teams)
- Sexual Health (including Family Planning)
- Speech and Language Therapy
- Substance Misuse (Drug and Alcohol services)
Mental Health Resource Centre
The new Mental Health Resource Centre provides a range of services and treatment for people with mental health problems who are aged between 19 and 64.
The Resource Centre accommodates the community mental health and day provision teams, who offer specialised assessment and support for people with severe or complex mental health issues. The Resource Centre is part of the Clackmannanshire Integrated Mental Health Service and therefore works in partnership with Clackmannanshire Social Work.
Flexible visiting times are in place for both our inpatient wards and are between 11.30am – 8pm. For more information on our flexible visiting times please see our Extended Visiting Guidance for Families leaflet.
The new centre has 45 inpatient beds. These are used primarily for older people following treatment in an acute hospital.
The key focus is:
To get patients back home after a serious illness, or an incident such as a hip fracture or fall. A specialised multidisciplinary team will work towards this.
Patients who need palliative care will be looked after mainly in single rooms, by highly skilled staff. They can be referred from either an acute hospital setting or the community.
Some long-term continuing care will be provided for people with complex, medical, physical or mental health needs. Close working with local authority partners will ensure regular reviews of individual patients to ensure they receive care in the most appropriate setting.
Inpatient Contact Numbers
- Ward 1 – 01259 290 302
- Ward 2 – 01259 290 307
Day Therapy Unit
Closer to home, a multi-disciplinary team from older people’s mental health, elderly and adult rehabilitation services work together to provide assessment and treatment services, such as falls rehabilitation classes and patient and carer groups
Day Therapy Contact Number
- Day Therapy Office – 01259 290 315