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All Saints Hospital, Oldham

All Saints Hospital is a state of the art purpose built facility with 16 inpatient beds and four one bedroom flats specifically commissioned to meet the needs of Deaf people and individuals with complex communication difficulties. The services offers patient's rehabilitation in a Low Secure or Open rehabilitation environment within a comprehensive care pathway including individual hospital flats with support to achieve independence. The hospital provides holistic rehabilitation programmes and therapies to Deaf people with one or more of the following:

  • Mental health conditions
  • Personality disorder
  • Learning disabilities
  • Autistic spectrum conditions
  • Developmental Disorders

You can read our Care Quality Commission report here.

Making a referral

All Saint's Hospital welcomes referrals from across the United Kingdom and Ireland. Referrals to the hospital should be made using the relevant referral form available below. If you are unable to download this form please email us at:

or request a form via telephone on 01925 423300

All Saints Hospital Criteria Form
Deaf Service referrals

Information for funders

Once referred to the service, each person will have a comprehensive multi disciplinary assessment prior to admission; this will determine suitability for the service and determine the care package required to meet their needs. A relevant member of the referrals team will contact you directly upon receipt of a referral to discuss funding and organise an appropriate assessment date and time.

Information for patients

The hospital offers a high quality patient environment including:

  • 16 en-suites single bedrooms
  • 4 one bedroom flats
  • Spacious recreational areas
  • Occupational therapy suites
  • IT class rooms
  • Visiting rooms for adults and children
  • Secure vehicle for accessing workshop, swimming and Deaf Club

Each patient is actively encouraged to personalise their own accommodation space and participate in maintaining communal areas ensuring an inviting and homely environment.

Therapeutic Community approaches empower patients to make their own decisions as much as possible with support where necessary. Regular community meetings are part of the therapeutic programme allowing patients and staff to challenge each other appropriately and learn to solve problems which occur in living together. The aim is to foster a collaborative approach where the power differential between staff and patients is minimized rather than emphasized.

Information for visitors

We acknowledge the importance of family contact and will do everything we can to support this. However, all visits must be pre-arranged and confirmed with social services and the relevant clinical team. For further information on our visiting policy please contact reception on 0161 622 4220.

We will ensure all visitors have the information they require, including how to find us, visiting times and any items that you may or may not bring for your relative. Visits will take place in the visiting room and in some cases staff may be required to be present.

All visitors will be informed of items that are not permitted within the Hospital. A secure locker will be provided for the safe storage of banned items and visitors will be asked for identification on arrival and may be subject to a pat down search and have their belongings checked.

Children's Visits

Special arrangements must be made in order to facilitate children's visits. Children's visits must be approved by the Children's Safeguard Team with all agreed visits being arranged with the social work department at All Saint's. This can be booked by phoning the hospital on 0161 622 4220 or emailing:

When approval is confirmed, our child's visiting room will be booked and made available. This room is separate from the patient ward areas. If visitors arrive at the hospital with children without prior approval, the visit will be unable to go ahead with the child present.

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