• Take Off Director Mark Kilbey Featured in The Guardian

    The Primary Care in Mental Health Specialist Team work closely with Take Off using their base for groups and referring people to them. Director Mark Kilbey discusses his experience with mental illness and the benefits of Take Off’s peer-to-peer support groups. Click to read article.

  • PCMHS Team Announce Placement Programme for 2018

    Invicta Health is pleased to announce that in 2018 the Primary Care Mental Health Specialist Team will be providing practice placements for both Occupational Therapy and Nursing students who are currently studying at Canterbury Christ Church University. Placement within PCMHS will offer learning and personal development opportunities that are appropriate to the student current level […]

  • NHS England Media Release – Clinical Pharmacists

    (Released 12th April 2017) MORE KENT PATIENTS TO BENEFIT FROM EXPERT ADVICE FROM PHARMACISTS AT THEIR GP SURGERY More patients in Kent will soon be able to benefit from expert advice from a clinical pharmacist when they visit their GP surgery, thanks to the expansion of a national scheme to support a growing number of […]

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