Rharian Fields Specialist Eating Disorder Unit shortlisted for prestigious award

Rharian Fields Specialist Eating Disorder Unit shortlisted for prestigious award

Rharian Fields Specialist Eating Disorder Unit has been shortlisted in the Positive Practice Awards 2016.

The specialist service, based in North East Lincolnshire, offers a range of help and support to people living with Eating Disorders.

The team have been shortlisted in the Eating Disorder Service category (supported by NHS England) for this year’s Positive Practice Awards.

The Positive Practice MH Collaborative who runs the awards are a user led multi agency collaborative of seventy-five organisations, including, NHS Trusts, CCG’s, Police Forces, third sector providers, front line charities and service user groups.  Positive Practice identify and disseminate positive practice in mental health services by working together across organisations and sectors, to facilitate shared learning, and to raise the profile of mental health with politicians and policy makers.

Their annual awards recognise outstanding services from across the country.

Amanda Simpson, Senior Operational Manager for Rharian Fields, said: “We are of course thrilled to be shortlisted for this award which is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff in providing the highest quality care and treatment for our clients.

“We have some really fantastic outcomes for the people who access our services, with 98% of our clients saying they would recommend Rharian Fields to friends and family and this shortlisting confirms that we are providing some of the best care in the country for people with Eating Disorders.”

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