A centre for people with brain injuries and mental health needs in Swindon is to close due to "pressures and changes within the NHS".
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust said it had made the "difficult decision" to shut Chalkdown House after "significant financial losses" caused by falling admissions and difficulties in recruiting staff.
39 people are at risk of redundancy.
Five people are currently being treated at the centre and will be moved to be treated elsewhere.
After taking a tour of the new service HRH the Princess Royal met contractors and others who made the building of the service possible.Nick Thatcher (right) donated the funds for the IT suite at Chalkdown House.
Chalkdown House in Swindon is a 20 bed independent hospital that cost £3.5m to build and willprovide expert services for people in the south west rehabilitating from brain injury.