We run the Alexandra Hospital, Redditch, Kidderminster Hospital and Treatment Centre and Worcestershire Royal Hospital.
Working together with our partners in health and social care we will provide safe, effective, personalised and integrated care for local people, delivered consistently across all services by skilled and compassionate staff.
Our 4ward Behaviours
All staff across the Trust are asked to adhere to our 4ward Behaviours. These are the heart of our 4ward programme - a long-term, far-reaching initiative which aims to help colleagues across our Trust collectively work together, as we tackle the challenges we face and make the most of the opportunities that the future will bring.
Our focus going 4ward is twofold. We want to transform our culture whilst at the same time improving our performance across the whole of Trust, particularly around our wide-ranging quality improvement programme, improving the flow for patients who attend our Emergency Departments, our preparations for winter and our efforts to achieve financial stability.
Our aim is to have all our staff positively demonstrating these behaviours and working together to achieve our shared goals.
Our 4ward behaviours are:
- Do what we say we will do
- No delays, every day
- We listen, we learn, we lead
- Work together, celebrate together
Making the Trust a better place for our staff, our patients and our local community is the ultimate goal of 4ward, so we want everyone to focus on how we behave, what we deliver and create a culture we can all be proud of.
For more information about the 4ward programme visit http://www.4ward-waht.co.uk