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Countess of Chester NHS Foundation Trust is committed to meeting the requirements of the Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) for NHS Trusts and this is our ninth publication against this standard.
Published annually through NHS England,The Workforce Disability Equality Standard (WDES) is a set of ten specific measures (metrics) which enables NHS organisations to compare the workplace and career experiences of disabled and non-disabled staff.
Outlining the trusts' five year strategy (2021 - 2026,) our continuous improvement strategy (2020 - 2025,) our clinical strategy (2019 - 2024,) our people strategy (2021 - 2026,) digital and data strategy (2021 - 2026,) and our 'Green' plan (2022 - 2025)
Download the latest copy of our annual report. Access previous annual reports (backdated until 2013/2014.)
Access the Trusts most recent and upto date quality accounts. Find backdated (2014/2013) annual reports and accounts.
Find all of our board of directors meeting packs (including; agendas, papers and minutes etc) as well as dates and times of upcoming board meetings including archived packs ranging between 2015 - 2021
Constitution of The Countess of Chester hospital NHS foundation trust
The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (CoCH) is committed to embedding equality and human rights across the whole organisation and to reducing inequality between any of the protected characteristics in the workplace
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