Crumbling NHS hospital buildings: why mental health is at the back of the funding queue
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Crumbling NHS hospital buildings: why mental health is at the back of the funding queue

Keith Cooper Freelance journalist

Dilapidated buildings and outdated designs unfit for modern nursing mean mental health trusts need urgent capital investment – but competition for money is fierce

When rain falls heavily on Lynfield Mount Hospital in Bradford, West Yorkshire, sewage swells up through its bathroom sinks, and seeps under doors and onto the wards.

Mental Health Practice. 25, 3, 6-8. doi: 10.7748/mhp.25.3.6.s2

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