Transforming health and social care in Kent and Medway is a partnership of all the NHS organisations in Kent and Medway, Kent County Council and Medway Council. Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership (KMPT) provides secondary mental health, learning disability and substance misuse services as well as other specialist services to 1.8 million people across Kent and Medway. 28 June 2016 . Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust (KMPT) provides secondary mental health services to 1.7 million people across Kent and Medway, both in the community and within inpatient settings. //--> : Inadequate – the service is performing badly and we've taken enforcement action against the provider of the service. 15 November 2016. Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust, Kent. Report prepared for: Medway Council. document.write(year); : Good – the service is performing well and meeting our expectations. fire, police and education). if (year<1900) year+=1900; Within 3 months they are enjoying over 81.3% user engagement, and an average of 88.64% compliance for all core training. During the pre-authorised registration processes, the majority of the personal data which we process will be collected directly from the NHS Trust and you. OD. year=year.getYear(); Health and Adult Social Care [HASC] Overview and Scrutiny Committee. Working in partnership to deliver quality services. www.kmpt.nhs.uk Swearing/abuse, names, re-posts & … The CQC is the independent regulator of health and social care providers in England and we are proud of our record of compliancy with the national standards of care against which it regularly inspects our services. Kent & Medway Partnership and Social Care NHS Trust went live with Totara Learn in September 2018. Chief Executive, KMPT. A high quality and flexible workforce is the key to being able to provide high quality patient care. fire, police and education). Trust Headquarters, Farm Villa, Maidstone, Kent ME16 9PH. This joint team will focus on delivering the priorities of the Kent and Medway Mental Health, Learning Disability and Autism Improvement Board (MHLDAIB) whose remit is to provide leadership, oversight and partnership working to improve the mental health and mental wellbeing outcomes of the population of Kent and Medway.