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About Centre for Perfect Care

The Centre for Perfect Care, was established to help our staff continuously improve the services we provide today, whilst addressing the physical, mental health, addiction, learning disability care and wellbeing challenges of the future.

The Centre will also allow the Trust to work in partnership with others – locally, nationally and internationally – to help deliver its mission. This Centre is supported by the Perfect Care Advisory Panel, whose membership is drawn from the NHS, social care and the private sector, to provide independent advice to the trust board. To find out more about the Centre for Perfect Care and the work that we do please select one of the boxes below:

Suicide Prevention

Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust has committed to an audacious goal of working towards zero suicide, based on the belief that suicide is preventable and amenable to intervention.

Quality Improvement

Quality Improvement is about ensuring that we deliver high quality care based on the following core priorities: Safe care, timely care, effective care, equitable care and person centred care.


Mersey Care is committed to delivering and sustaining quality research which contributes to better services and health for people with mental health related problems, their carers or our staff.

Evidence Services

The Evidence Service is a dedicated team of information professionals whose aim is to put evidence at the heart of clinical and corporate decision making within our organisation.


The main focus of our work includes Clinical Audit, Management of the AMaT (Audit Management and Tracking) System and Implementation of NICE Guidance


Innovation is not just about ideas; innovation means the successful implementation of new or different ideas that will significantly transform the quality and outcomes of care that we deliver.


Mersey Care’s chaplains are contributing to perfect care by co-producing research aimed at evidencing the value of co-production.


The HOPE(S) model is an ambitious human rights based approach to working with individuals in segregation developed from research and clinical practice.