In the 'top 100 NHS places to work'


Posted on Friday 5 September 2014
Group of staff

Having a diverse workforce helps us to provide the best possible care for our patients

Guy’s and St Thomas’ has been named by Health Service Journal, in association with NHS Employers, as one of the top 100 NHS places to work.

The list includes acute trusts, community trusts, clinical commissioning groups and mental health trusts across England.

The Trust was recognised for having a ‘strong focus' on:

  • patient experience
  • staff training, including around dementia using Barbara’s Story
  • diversity and inclusion.

Staynton Brown, associate director for diversity and human rights, says: “We want to attract the most talented workforce, so we are committed to providing an environment that welcomes people of all backgrounds, cultures, nationalities, religions, and sexuality.

“Having a diverse workforce helps us to provide the best possible care for our patients because our colleagues bring a wealth of creativity, culture, experience and expertise.”

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