We are kind and inclusive
Uniting against discrimination:
Our teams work hard to deliver the very best care for our patients and their families regardless of their race, culture, belief or faith, gender or sexuality, age or if they have a disability.
We are proud that Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals is an inclusive organisation and we recognise and celebrate our differences - being different is what makes us who we are.
This means that we do not tolerate, under any circumstances, any form of racial abuse, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, ableism, sexism, sexual misconduct or any other form of discrimination by our patients, visitors or by our staff.
We will deal with any form of abuse or discrimination whenever and wherever it arises, directly or indirectly, in a kind, polite and professional manner. We are committed to working and delivering healthcare in an inclusive way which enables all to feel they belong here.
The Trust Board and our leadership teams will support staff where they are exposed to any form of abuse or discrimination and our staff are encouraged and supported to report such incidents, as soon as they occur.
Together we will...
- Make our services the very best places to receive healthcare, to work and to learn
- Change attitudes and not tolerate discrimination, harassment, victimisation or violence
- Make a difference, because together, we encourage and respect diversity.