Hospital Care/Bay and Fletcher Wards

Bay and Fletcher are our two hospital (inpatient) units for people with mental health problems and are located in Redruth and Bodmin respectively.

Bay and Fletcher aim to provide a safe environment for assessment and treatment, of people over the age of 18 with a mental health condition.

Contact Information

    Bay Ward: Longreach House, Camborne & Redruth Community Hospital, Barncoose Terrace, Redruth, TR15 3ER

    Telephone: 01209 318988
    Fax: 01209 881977

    Visiting times: 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm, and 6.30pm - 7.30 pm daily

    Parking: a free car park is available in the hospital grounds including disabled spaces.

    Fletcher Ward: Bodmin Hospital, Boundary Road, Bodmin, PL31 2QT

    Telephone: Unit Office - 01208 251377
    Patients can be telephoned on 01208 73056 any time up until midnight.
    Fax: 01208 251376

    Visiting times: 1.00 – 2.00 pm, 4.00 – 5.00 pm, and 6.00 - 8.00 pm, daily

    Parking: Use the Link Car Park which is free, for easy access to Fletcher. Disabled parking spaces are available in this car park.

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You could be treated on one of these units if you are experiencing acute distress and present with significant risk of self harm, deterioration/neglect or harm to others; need intensive assessment and immediate intervention; are at risk to yourself or others or are refusing treatment. You will only receive treatment on one of these units if your mental health condition cannot be safely managed in your own home, with support from our community teams.

If you stay on one of these units, you will have your own en-suite bedroom and access to communal gardens and lounge areas. A range of therapeutic activities are available on both Bay and Fletcher.

Children under 16 are not permitted on the unit. If someone under the age of 16 needs to visit a relative on Bay or Fletcher, a family visiting room is available. Please ask a member of staff for more information.

All referrals are made via the Home Treatment Team. This is to ensure the patient cannot be cared for better at home.

We have produced information leaflets on Bay and Fletcher which you may find useful.


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