St Ann's Hospital
St Ann's Road
We are one of the country's largest Mental Health Trusts, with over 2,500 staff and an income of around £175 million. The Trust was formed in 2001, bringing together specialist mental health services across North London.
What we do
Our mission is to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all the people we serve. We do this by working in partnership with others to provide outstanding care which is responsive to the needs of our culturally diverse population. Our care is focused on promoting service users' recovery so that they can regain control over their lives.
Who we care for
We provide specialist mental health services to the 800,000 people living in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey and a range of very specialist mental health services for people living further afield, including:
- Forensic services for people with severe mental health problems who have entered the criminal justice system
- Inpatient therapeutic support for children and adolescents
- Eating disorder services
- Brain injury rehabilitation services
Where we're heading
Our vision is to become an NHS Foundation Trust which is recognised as providing excellent quality, value for money, services for people with mental health problems and their carers. Our services need to continually develop to meet the changing needs of our local population. We are changing the way we provide services and where they are provided from. This includes providing more care nearer to where people live by basing more of our
services in the community and in primary care.