Rohallion Secure Care Clinic

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Rohallion Clinic is a new build forensic inpatient unit incorporating both Low Secure Services and Medium Secure Services based at Murray Royal Hospital, Perth.

The medium secure unit provides 32 male mental illness beds for the North of Scotland Group of Health Boards. It is hosted by NHS Tayside and covers a large geographical area including Grampian, Highland, Orkney and Shetland.

The beds in the medium secure service are split between an 8 bed admission ward (Spey) and two 12 bed rehabilitation wards (Ythan and Vaara).

The low secure unit provides 35 male mental illness beds for NHS Tayside. The beds in the low secure service are split between a 10 bedded admission ward (Faskally) and two rehabilitation wards Lyon (12 beds) and Esk Ward (13 Beds).

The service specialises in providing outcome focused services for people who require specialist forensic healthcare as well as people with mental health problems.

The service provides assessment and treatment services for men with mental health needs and a history of offending behaviour.

The Rohallion Forensic Community Mental Health Team are based within Birnam Day Centre.

The patient activity and therapy centre — SCAPA provides the setting for both individualised and group activities for patients from both low and medium secure.