specialised mental health trust

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specialised mental health trust

An NHS Trust (UK) which specialises in providing mental health and learning disability services.
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It is run by the School Partnership Trust Academies.
The Journal last year told how the Federated Governing Body of the Ashington Learning Partnership Trust had begun consultation on plans to close Hirst Park and Bothal middle schools, with effect from the end of the 2014/2015 school year.
For more information visit the Partnership Trust website www.
Mr Bray was instrumental in setting up Ogwr Partnership Trust in 1986, which later merged with Taff Ely Enterprise Agency, Rhondda Development Agency and Cardiff and Vale Enterprise to form Business in Focus.
But senior managers have come out in favour of the proposals, including Andrew Thomas, medical director of the Royal Orthpaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, in Northfield, Birmingham; Dr Paul Harrison, medical director of Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Douglas Wulff, medical director of Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Partnership Trust, and Professor Iain McCall, medical director of Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in Oswestry, Shropshire.
The money will be paid out of the pounds 60m cash reserves of the Eaga Partnership Trust, which holds more than a third of company shares on behalf of Eaga's 4,000 staff, known as partners.
However, Lindsey, 39, has one-third interest in a limited partnership trust, and is expected to receive half distribution at age 40.
Leicestershire Partnership Trust said its staff could not have prevented Ms Godden's death.
18m slice will go to the Partnership trust, allowing them to create more specialist in-patient beds for 16 to 18-year-olds in a new unit.
Major organization : SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP TRUST ACADEMIES
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