The South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust is an NHS foundation trust based in London, United Kingdom. It comprises three psychiatric hospitals (Bethlem Royal Hospital, Lambeth Hospital and the Maudsley Hospital), the specialist Ladywell Unit based at University Hospital Lewisham, and over 100 community sites and 300 clinical teams.
Each year the Trust provides about 5,000 people with hospital treatment and about 40,000 people with community services. In partnership with King's College London the Trust has major research activities. This academic partnership enables the Trust to develop new treatments and to provide specialist services to people from across the UK such as the National Psychosis Unit at Bethlem Royal Hospital. The Trust forms part of the King's Health Partners academic health science centre and together with the Institute of Psychiatry at King's College London is host to the UK’s only specialist National Institute for Health Research Biomedical Research Centre for mental health. In 2009/10 the Trust had a turnover of £370 million.
The Trust's work on promoting mental health and well-being, developed in partnership with the new economics foundation, has featured in the national media.
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