Regime information for Spring Hill Prison
NHS Primary Healthcare services are provided by Care UK. The services include GP and nurse led clinics. GPs refer to the full range of outpatient clinics at local hospitals for those requiring secondary care. Nurse clinics include Wellman, Diabetes, Asthma and Immunisations. There are visiting Podiatry and Physiotherapy services.
The Primary Care Mental Health service works alongside a secondary care Mental Health InReach service provided by Oxford and Bucks Mental Health Trust.
There are Dental and Optician services providing regular clinics.
All prisoners are screened on their initial reception. Identification will also come from the prisoner’s OASys sentence planning documentation and security measures including mandatory drug testing.
Intervention, support and advice are provided through Inclusion D.A.R.T. (Drug and Alcohol Recovery Team). This can be supported by a compact based oral swab testing programme, which is based on individual prisoner needs determined by individual and frequent assessment.
All interventions are individually care planned and include 1to1 structured key work sessions, group work, drop-in sessions, also links with AA and NA. For those needing additional support the Drug Free T-Hut is available to support men to live in an abstinent/recovery focused environment.