Welcome to Alpha Hospitals

Alpha Hospitals is one of the UK’s leading providers of low and medium secure mental health care facilities and services. The company was established in 2002, with purpose built, state of the art hospitals in Bury in Greater Manchester, Sheffield in South Yorkshire and Woking in Surrey, providing an extensive range of psychiatric care for people with mental health conditions and learning difficulties. The specialist mental health services, which are gender specific, include personality disorders, mental illness, rehabilitation, Deaf, and CAMHS Tier 4.

Alpha Hospitals works in partnership with the NHS and is committed to providing outstanding levels of service to patients and partners, that is flexible and needs led based on the individuals requirements.


Alpha Hospital Bury is located close to the Town Centre, just half an hour from Manchester City Centre the hospital is easily accessed by Public Transport and the motorway network.

As an established site with strong commissioning partnership arrangements, Alpha Hospital Bury provides placements for NHS patients and has a national specialist service for Deaf patients.


Alpha Hospital Woking is located in the village of Knaphill, just 10 minutes from Woking town centre and only half an hour from London Waterloo.

Alpha Hospital Woking provides low secure services for male and female patients and a specialist psychiatric intensive care service for adolescents.

At the hospital our expert teams work in partnership with local government and charity organisations to promote local integration and enhance the opportunity for a patient's access to the community.


Alpha Hospital Sheffield is a purpose-built low secure hospital for women, located just one mile from Sheffield city centre and close to a wealth of community facilities. The hospital environment is safe, secure and spacious, providing easy access for families and carers via private or public transport.

The hospital provides gender specific care for female patients which is reflected in our policies and procedures. All staff are trained in gender awareness and there are higher ratios of female to male staff on all wards.