Ribblemere is a purpose-built perinatal mother and baby unit (MBU) providing inpatient support for mothers experiencing acute mental ill health. Lancashire Care and Gilling Dod wanted to ensure the environment was recovery-led to allow mothers to build relationships with their babies. That's why those chose our electronic access control system.
Our anti-ligature electronic access control is the only system designed specifically for Mental Health, with patients and staff in mind. When designing Ribblemere MBU, it was important that the mothers there would be able to lock and unlock their bedroom spaces in order to feel a sense of independence and build confidence.
For the health and wellbeing of mothers in Ribblemere MBU to improve, Lancashire Care knew that clinical staff had to have the right products to deliver the best care. Our electronic access control allows staff to manage patient and staff access permissions throughout the ward and all locksets have built-in mechanical staff override.
It was important for the Priory Group to uphold their 'Outstanding' rating in providing specialised inpatient care in a 'safe and supportive environment'. Choosing the right doors to create this environment was key - which is why our anti-barricade and corridor doors were the perfect fit.
Providing holistic support for older age patients with dementia, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust needed a familiar environment that would help aid the recovery process. That's why they chose to install our Symphony doorsets and anti-ligature locksets and handles throughout.
The Coborn Centre for Adolescent Mental Health is one of the first purpose-built adolescent facilities in the UK. East London NHS FT selected our anti-ligature en-suite bathroom doors as they found it to be the only solution to balance safety with patient privacy and dignity.