Mulberry 2

How our service can help you

Mulberry 2 is a 16-bed assessment and treatment ward. You may be admitted to Mulberry 2 if the doctor on Mulberry 1 feels you need a little bit longer in hospital.

A stay on Mulberry 2 would usually be for up to 3 weeks, although this may occasionally be a longer or shorter time. The ward can help with the following:

  • Promote relapse prevention and recovery alongside your identified goals.
  • Promote therapeutic relationships based on mutual trust
  • Enable service users to realise potential and maximise the opportunity for recovery 
  • Empower people to use choice, maintain independence and an inclusive lifestyle
  • Care in a safe, secure, positive and supportive environment.

Contact the service

  • Fulbourn Hospital

    Cambridge Road

    Fulbourn

    CB21 5EF

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    T: 01223 219613 or 01223 219614

  • Business Hours/Visiting Hours: Mon to Friday, 6pm-8:30pm and weekends 10am-8:30pm. Visits outside of these hours should be pre-arranged by contacting the team

Referral Information

  • All referrals are triaged by the Crisis Resolution & Home Treatment Team.

Where to park and are there parking charges?

  • Free parking available throughout the hospital site

Is there access and support for patients and visitors with a disability?

  • Yes, our clinical bases are accessible. Please ring the team before your appointment to discuss any requirements.

How to cancel your appointment

  • Please call the team to cancel your appointment.

Other essential information

  • Part of CPFTs 3-3-3 pathway primary nursing model person-centred approach. The ward-based programme of activities is led by a therapy team and a multi-disciplinary team of staff work with service users, carers and families to help them regain control of their lives and make positive changes to improve quality of life. After-care plans are discussed with service users and is prior to discharge. Follow-up with the community team, as appropriate, arranged before discharge. We have a passion for proactive care to reduce restrictive interventions.

Mulberry 2

How our service can help you

Mulberry 2 is a 16-bed assessment and treatment ward. You may be admitted to Mulberry 2 if the doctor on Mulberry 1 feels you need a little bit longer in hospital.

A stay on Mulberry 2 would usually be for up to 3 weeks, although this may occasionally be a longer or shorter time. The ward can help with the following:

  • Promote relapse prevention and recovery alongside your identified goals.
  • Promote therapeutic relationships based on mutual trust
  • Enable service users to realise potential and maximise the opportunity for recovery 
  • Empower people to use choice, maintain independence and an inclusive lifestyle
  • Care in a safe, secure, positive and supportive environment.

Contact the service

  • Fulbourn Hospital

    Cambridge Road

    Fulbourn

    CB21 5EF

    •  

    T: 01223 219613 or 01223 219614

  • Business Hours/Visiting Hours: Mon to Friday, 6pm-8:30pm and weekends 10am-8:30pm. Visits outside of these hours should be pre-arranged by contacting the team

Referral Information

  • All referrals are triaged by the Crisis Resolution & Home Treatment Team.

Where to park and are there parking charges?

  • Free parking available throughout the hospital site

Is there access and support for patients and visitors with a disability?

  • Yes, our clinical bases are accessible. Please ring the team before your appointment to discuss any requirements.

How to cancel your appointment

  • Please call the team to cancel your appointment.

Other essential information

  • Part of CPFTs 3-3-3 pathway primary nursing model person-centred approach. The ward-based programme of activities is led by a therapy team and a multi-disciplinary team of staff work with service users, carers and families to help them regain control of their lives and make positive changes to improve quality of life. After-care plans are discussed with service users and is prior to discharge. Follow-up with the community team, as appropriate, arranged before discharge. We have a passion for proactive care to reduce restrictive interventions.
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