The Harbour is a 154 bed mental health hospital, which provides care and treatment for adults who cannot be safely treated at home. The ward team is multidisciplinary and includes a variety of mental health professionals.
The hospital has single ensuite bedrooms of varying specialisms over 10 wards, the wards are defined as follows:
Churchill and Orwell: 2 Male acute mental health wards
Shakespeare and Stevenson: 2 Female acute mental health wards
Dickens: Male advanced care need ward
Austen: Female advanced care need ward
Wordsworth: Male dementia ward
Bronte: Female dementia ward
Keats: Male Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
Byron: Female Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
The Harbour Ethos – The Lancashire Way
The Harbour has been specifically designed to fulfil the Lancashire Way Ethos.
Our focus is to be:
Person Centred – respecting a person’s need for privacy and dignity
Needs led – care based on a person’s individual need not their age
Accommodating of and responsive to physical health care needs
Focused on recovery and promoting independence
Therapeutic – achieved through the design and environment as well as formal therapeutic interventions
Empowering by providing the facilities needed for people to continue and develop their everyday living skill.