As the care of people with learning disability has shifted from large Victorian hospitals to the community, provision for in-patient psychiatric treatment has, in many districts, also moved. Purpose built district or supra-district admission services represent the most common model. An alternative is the use of existing general psychiatric beds. In this article we describe the first 18 months of the Hillingdon district service where this latter model has been adopted.
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