Form

Apply for trial leave or full transfer to another hospital for restricted patients

Complete this form when a restricted patient needs to be transferred to another secure hospital.

Documents

Application form for trial leave or transfer to another hospital

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Guidance on making applications for trial leave or transfer to another hospital

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Guidance for medical professionals dealing with restricted patient hospital transfers

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Details

This form should be filled in by the clinician responsible for the restricted patient’s care.

Check the attached guidance if you need more information.

Email the completed document to the relevant Mental Health Casework team as shown below.

Last name of patient Casework team Email to
A to Gile Team 1 mhcsteam1@noms.gsi.gov.uk
Gilf to Nicholl Team 2 mhcsteam2@noms.gsi.gov.uk
Nicholm to Z Team 3 mhcsteam3@noms.gsi.gov.uk
Published 27 February 2011
Last updated 20 January 2017 + show all updates
  1. Updated form and guidance
  2. First published.