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Central Wandsworth and West Battersea (CMHT)

Who we are

The team works with adults of working age, offering a specialist multidisciplinary service for people with serious and/or complex mental health problems.

Who is the service for

This service is for people aged between 18 and 75, who live in Wandsworth.  We work with service users who are referred via their GP. Our team are multi-disciplinary and work with those referred by their GP, Home treatment teams, wards, social services, and other agencies.

 

Where to find us

Harewood House, Entrance 2
Springfield University Hospital
61 Glenburnie Road
London
SW177DJ

Telephone: 0203 513 5000
Email: Kirt.Hunte@swlstg-tr.nhs.uk

Our opening hours

Monday - Friday 9:00am -5:00pm

Who you might see / our staff

Dr Mark Potter: Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Mary Howlett: Consultant Psychiatrist

Mike Wheeler: Team Manager

Jesse Wallen: Acting Deputy Team Manager

What you can expect

People who use our services receive a plan of the care and support they will receive. They will also will also have one named person who co-ordinates their care and support. This person will be called either a named professional or, if your needs are more complex, a care co-ordinator. This person should be your main point of contact and you can speak to them about how your treatment and support are going.

Referrals

Your GP should always be your first point of contact for any mental health related issues.

Your doctor can then refer to the Single Point of Access (SPA) if appropriate. Referrals are usually via letter or efax to the SPA team.

 

Other useful information

Please complete and bring with you the client's information sheet forwarded to you with your appointment letter.

 
 

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