16658 - Mental Health Responses

1. Response Times for Mental Health Act patient transfers. These should be specifically coded or at least identified as transfers for s.136/135, s.2/3, or hospital-to-hospital transfers. I am interested in the s.2/3 figures in particular, including averages over the course of previous months/years and regional figures.

 

2. How Mental Health Act hospital transfers are coded within the EEAST triage algorithm (C1,C2,C3,C4).

 

3Incidence of “non-conveyance” to hospital facilities for all C3 (999) calls. *Clarification - Non-conveyance” refers to patients that are not conveyed to hospital and are discharged on scene by ambulance staff.
4. Incidence of “non-conveyance” to hospital for all (999) calls. *Clarification - Non-conveyance” refers to patients that are not conveyed to hospital and are discharged on scene by ambulance staff.
  • Reference:
    16658
  • Response:

    1. Response Times for Mental Health Act patient transfers. These should be specifically coded or at least identified as transfers for s.136/135, s.2/3, or hospital-to-hospital transfers. I am interested in the s.2/3 figures in particular, including averages over the course of previous months/years and regional figures.

    2. How Mental Health Act hospital transfers are coded within the EEAST triage algorithm (C1,C2,C3,C4).

    3Incidence of “non-conveyance” to hospital facilities for all C3 (999) calls. *Clarification - Non-conveyance” refers to patients that are not conveyed to hospital and are discharged on scene by ambulance staff.
    4. Incidence of “non-conveyance” to hospital for all (999) calls. *Clarification - Non-conveyance” refers to patients that are not conveyed to hospital and are discharged on scene by ambulance staff.

    Please see attached

  • Area:
    Trust wide
  • Category:
    • Calls
    • Emergency Operations
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