This is a gateway for GPs, consultants, nurses, medical students and other healthcare practitioners, who are interested in some of our key areas of work, training facilities or courses.
*Day Therapy & COVID-19
In the light of Department of Health & Social Care guidelines on social distancing in relation to the COVID-19 outbreak, normal Day Therapy Services have been suspended until further notice.
Use the referral page to download forms for:
HIV Medical Referral
Homeless Medical Care pathway
Social Care Questions for Admission
Day Therapy Services
Mildmay Mission Hospital has been providing holistic, patient-centred care for those living with HIV infection since 1988. We provide a structured pathway of rehabilitation and care to enable clients to fulfil and maintain their maximum potential within the community.
Our integrated team develops goal-orientated plans which seek to maximise independence, and promote better maintenance of physical, psychological, cognitive and emotional well being within the community. This can lead to reduction in incidences of readmission to hospital.
We offer a dedicated multi-disciplinary service of medical staff, rehabilitation and mental health nurses, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, clinical psychology, speech therapy, dietetics, social work and interfaith chaplaincy.
The overall management and treatment plan for patients is overseen by the consultant HIV physician in partnership with a consultant psychiatrist.
We provide multidisciplinary assessment, rehabilitation and care for patients with following needs:
Neurocognitive impairment and neuropsychological difficulties due to HIV and other co-morbidities
Physical impairments due to HIV and other co-morbidities following acute hospital admission
Intensive adherence support for those with mental health and social exclusion issues
End-of-life care can be offered on an inpatient or day patient pathway as clinically indicated.
Annual Quality Accounts
A Quality Account is a report about the quality of services offered by healthcare providers within and to the NHS. The reports are published annually by each provider, including the independent sector, and are available to the public.