Since it opened in autumn 2018, 21 veterans have received treatment at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC) Stanford Hall.
DMRC Stanford Hall currently provides services to a small group of veterans in the form of the Complex Prosthetic Assessment Clinic (CPAC), which is a joint Ministry of Defence (MOD) and NHS England commissioned outpatient clinic.
Work is ongoing between the MOD, the Department of Health and Social Care and the Devolved Administrations to explore high-pressure areas within the NHS that could be supported by the DMRC Stanford Hall, to determine whether and how it could benefit the veteran community.
In addition to the services provided to Service personnel and veterans at the DMRC, the Government has also committed funding to the development of an NHS England led National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC), with plans for the facility to be operational in 2022. The NRC will be co-located with the DMRC at the Stanford Hall site, enabling the sharing of expertise and the use of facilities available at the DMRC.