Feedback and results from the CCG’s consultation to develop a new mental health hospital for the Vale of York

Published on 21 July, 2017

Developing a new mental health hospital - feedback and results from the CCG's consultation

The consultation gave us the opportunity to talk to the public, patients, their families and carers to gather views on:

  • the proposed number of in-patient beds for adults and older people;
  • the proposed configuration of in-patient beds for adults and older people;
  • the potential site for a new mental health hospital.

We had some very positive conversations about the potential sites and design. Using the feedback and comments collected during the consultation we were able to develop eight recommendations for the Governing Body to consider. On the 2 February 2017 the Governing Body approved the recommendations and the next steps to deliver a new mental health hospital for York.

Documents about the developing a new mental health hospital consultation:

A copy of the report provided to the Governing Body is here.

A copy of the presentation summarising the results is here.

A copy of the mental health executive summary here.


Verbatim comments

We promised to publish the verbatim comments collected during the consultation.  These are available at the links below.

Advantages and disadvantages of the proposed sites

What do you think about the proposed number of beds?

What do you think about the proposed configuration of beds?

Is there anything you feel has not been covered that you want more information about?

Survey responses