“ Our mission is to provide the highest standards of individually planned, intensive, rehabilitation services for sick and injured, serving and retired police officers”
In 2015 over 3,800 serving and retired police officers were treated at Flint House. An acknowledged Centre of Excellence for assisting police officers back to full health after injury or illness.
Previous expansion work in 2010 to 2013 to the Centre has facilitated a total of 158 bedrooms, ensuring future expected patient admission levels can be met, as well as further opening up of additional space for exercise classes and group work to be undertaken.
A rolling programme of updating the equipment in the Exercise Rooms continued with new equipment, and refurbishment of the building fabric funded by both Donations and our own staff.
2015 saw further developments in the Centre's facilities to enhance treatment of non physical injury to all officers. Spring 2016 saw the addition of an All Weather surface area we can use not only for a game of bowls but group fitness activities and individual exercise progression. Flint House is committed to improving and enhancing the facilities and treatments available for officers. It is with this in mind that the Centre stresses how important it is for officers to make a regular donation to the Centre in order they may have access should they ever require its services.
Further facilities such as the Time Tunnel casual seating area, a "free to use" ATM machine, and electronic "inter-active" information screens enhances the residential service provisions to all attending officers.