St Peter’s Hospital in Newport, South Wales offers accommodation split into single-gender units and provides specialist treatment and nursing care for men and women with degenerative neuropsychiatric conditions and Acquired Brain Injury. St Peter’s focuses on delivering positive outcomes for our patients, their families and our commissioners.
St Peter’s provides care for individuals within four core patient groups:
- Huntington’s Disease
- Korsakoff’s Syndrome
- Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
A trusted NHS partner since 2005, we offer treatment to informal patients, individuals detained under the Mental Health Act as well as those undergoing treatment under the Mental Capacity Act.
St Peter’s also meets the needs of patients subject to Ministry of Justice restriction orders.
At St Peters Hospital we are able to support:
- adults with mental illness and degenerative neurological conditions
- adults over the age of 30 with dementia, as well as challenging behaviours and/or mental illness