Our staff put patients at the heart of everything they do and are extremely dedicated to providing high-quality services for the local population.
This is reflected in the positive feedback we receive from patients, and by the number of our staff that have received 'NHS Heroes' awards.
Please click on the link below to see case studies, videos and interviews with our staff.
The Trust is committed to promoting equality, valuing diversity and protecting human rights. This commitment includes working to eliminate discrimination against employees, patients, service users and carers on the grounds of age, disability, gender (or gender reassignment), marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.
There are a wide range of internal and external educational opportunities and resources within the Trust that support staff development, such as academic courses, study days, conference, and self-directed learning materials.
Health and Wellbeing of Staff
To support staff health and wellbeing, the Trust promotes a range of initiatives. These include running regular health and wellbeing days and the production of a 'Workplace Wellbeing' magazine. The Trust also provides physiotherapy and confidential couselling for staff, and facilitates flexible working.
The Trust has a 30-strong Choir that was narrowly beaten in the final of Gareth Malone's BBC2 show, 'Sing While You Work'.
How We Are Performing
How we are performing against key targets >>
What external organisations think of our services >>
How patients rate the care we provide >>