Cotswold House Oxford Inpatient Unit
Cotswold House Oxford first opened in 1994 offering day and outpatient services. In 2002 the service expanded to include 7 inpatient beds, increasing to 14 inpatient beds in 2006.
Stepped care model
Our service provides a stepped model of care tailored to individual needs; we treat patients wanting recovery and those requiring acute intervention because they have reached a dangerously low weight. We offer a range of programmes and evidence-based treatments to assist a patient’s return to independent living, including work, training or study, at the earliest opportunity.
We work with adults over 18. For younger patients in Oxfordshire we collaborate with our colleagues in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS, also part of Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust) to manage the transition to adult services. We are able to cater for the needs of male and female patients.
We accept referrals specifically for patients from Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. We also accept referrals from across the country. For further information on how to refer, and our referral criteria, please visit our How to refer page.
You can also find out more information about our service by listening to our recent radio interview.
Last updated: 21 August, 2017