Equality, diversity, and inclusion

North west London is one of the most diverse and vibrant areas of our capital – and perhaps the UK.

We’re really proud that our workforce reflects so many people from so many different backgrounds. And without our diverse group of people, we wouldn’t have the skills or knowledge provide high quality care to our communities.

We value our diversity so much, it's a part of our HEART values.

Download our latest equality, diversity, and inclusion report

We know we can do more

We know we can always do more to create in inclusive place to work and to receive treatment, so from 2018 to 2020, we’re focusing on:

  1. better health outcomes
  2. improved patient access
  3. improved patient experience
  4. inclusive leadership
  5. a representative workforce
  6. an engaged and supported workforce
  7. diverse partnerships

This programme of work is overseen by the equality, diversity, and inclusion steering group.

Our reports

Race and disability equality standards

We want all our people to come to work feeling valued, fairly treated, and to have equal access to career opportunities and personal development.

The Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) and Workforce Disability Equality Standard (WDES) demonstrates our progress in addressing equality.

Race equality

Disability equality

Gender pay gap

Our report includes gender pay gap data, as well as the steps we're taking to reduce the pay gap.

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