at Fulbourn Hospital,, Cambridge, CB21 5EF United Kingdom
Fulbourn Hospital is a mental health facility located between the Cambridgeshire village of Fulbourn and the Cambridge city boundary at Cherry Hinton, about 5mi south-east of the city centre.Until recently the main Victorian building was used as a psychiatric hospital, while the 1960s Kent House to the west was built for acute mental health patients and the Ida Darwin Hospital to the east was developed for the mentally handicapped. The main buildings have now been transformed into a Business Park, with the hospital now occupying the neighbouring land. From 540 patients at the hospitals in 1981 the number has been considerably reduced, with many ex-patients being moved into the community.Wards at Fulbourn HospitalAdult Mental Health WardsMulberry 1 - 17 bed assessment unit for adults aged 17–65. It has 14 acute psychiatric beds and 3 alcohol and opiate detoxification beds.Mulberry 2 - 16 bed assessment, treatment, care and recovery unit for adults aged 17–65.Mulberry 3- 16-bed recovery unit for adults aged 17–65.Specialist Mental Health WardsSpringbank Ward - 12-bed unit providing in-patient psychiatric service for women with personality disorders.Forensic Mental Health ServicesGeorge McKenzie House - 20 bed Low security ward for people whose condition and/or current legal status makes it difficult for them to be nursed on open wards.Older peoples' Mental Health ServicesWillow Ward - 18 beds for patients over 65 that have an acute functional mental health illness.Denbigh Ward - 18 beds for residents of Cambridgeshire over 65 who are living with dementia.
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