Equality, diversity and inclusion
At Royal Surrey, we are committed to delivering care in an environment that respects and embraces equality, diversity and human rights.
We work to ensure that these principles are underpinned in everything we do and that we consistently and inclusively deliver excellent services for our patients, communities and workforce.
We will ensure that:
- All our patients are treated to the highest possible standards
- Individuality is recognised and celebrated
- Everyone is treated with dignity and respect
- Equality, Diversity and Human Rights issues to feature in our everyday thinking, i.e. they are business as usual.
We pride ourselves on having a team of skilled and motivated people who are committed to delivering the best care anywhere.
We believe in treating everyone fairly and offering the same opportunities to all, celebrating what make us individuals, different and unique.
We strive to deliver a quality service to all people irrespective of race; sexual orientation; age; disability; religion or belief, gender, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity status.
Gender Pay Reporting
On 27th March 2018, we published our first Gender Pay Report for the Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Gender Pay Gap legislation requires all employers of more than 250 employees to publish their gender pay gap by 31st March 2018. The data is based on a snapshot date of 31st March 2017, and is sourced from the Electronic Staff Record (ESR) system. The information has also been submitted to the Government Gender Pay Gap reporting portal.