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NEP: The specialist mental health NHS Trust in North Essex

Welcome to the web site of the North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (NEP), the specialist mental health NHS Trust in North Essex.

We provide specialist mental health, substance misuse and social care services and support for over 17,000 individuals and their families in North Essex. Our services are for people of all ages and local people are involved in the planning and delivery of services. The Trust is committed to treating everyone with dignity and respect.


The Trust is currently recruiting for nurses and various other clinical positions.

Visit our Working With Us page for current vacancies at NEP.

Response statement to CQC  5th December 2016 Improving but more to do The Care Quality Commission (CQC) today (Monday, December 5) published its report following an unannounced inspection of acute inpatient services in the North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust. This inspection followed the CQC’s inspection of the whole Trust last year, the report of which was published last February. In... Read more » See all News See all News
Public Board Meeting 21st December 2016

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Alzheimer’s disease can affect anyone, but you can play a part in fighting back this Christmas. With narration from Stephen Fry, a new animation Santa Forgot explores a world where the magic of Christmas has been lost because Santa is living with the effects of Alzheimer's. But one determined little girl has an idea of how to help.... Today, Alzheimer's Research UK is asking you to do just one thing - please watch and share this video with your friends and loved ones. Only research has the power to change the future.
Smoking damages your body in many ways. From the day-to-day effects on your heart and your breathing, to longer-term smoking-related diseases such as heart disease, cancer and stroke. Your smoke can harm your family's health, too. No matter how long you've smoked for, quitting can help improve your health straight away. Quitting is one of the best things you'll ever do for your health and those around you who inhale second hand smoke. As soon as you stop smoking you'll see the benefits to your everyday life, health and wallet. You'll see the benefits really quickly once you stub out that last cigarette. Your breathing and general fitness will improve, your skin will look better and your sense of taste will return. Quitting smoking is not only good for your health, it's really good for your wallet. Smoking is expensive and it all adds up. On average, most people who quit save around £250 each month. What else could you spend that money on?
JOB OF THE WEEK: Nurses needed at the Derwent Centre, Harlow. Join as a Band 5/6 Nurse and receive a recruitment incentive (lease car or £2,000 cash lump sum). If you are a driven RMN looking to join an innovative, motivated team in delivering high quality care for individuals, then we want to hear from you. NEP is proud to announce the completion of Phase One of the refurbishment of the Derwent Centre on the Princess Alexandra Hospital site in Harlow. When fully complete, the new Derwent Centre will provide two inpatient wards for 32 people with mental health conditions. There will be newly refurbished ensuite rooms and a ‘hub’, where daily activities will take place including lounge space, dining room and servery. We offer an exceptional place to work with a reputation as a leading provider of some of the best services in the country for specialist mental health and substance misuse.
Visit the One You campaign that will inform, energise and engage you to make changes to improve your health across seven key behaviours. NEP is proud to promote this campaign as we understand the value of the connection between physical and mental well-being. Take the online quiz for a quick self assessment to see where you are and then find out what changes you can make. The seven key behaviours are: moving more, quitting smoking, drinking less, eating well, checking yourself, reducing stress and sleeping better. Your health is important!
The North Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Charitable Funds - 1053509 - is a registered charity supporting the work of the Trust, helping its patients and their families during their time in the Trust's services. Our staff organise a wide range of fundraising activities to raise money for various projects. Recent projects include relaxation packs, Christmas parties, new doors and pictures. Donate to NEP and help our patients enjoy their stay with us.
This website provides young people information on health and well being, sexual health, relationships and mental health.