Nottinghamshire Healtcare NHS Trust scores well in staff survey

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Bosses at Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust say they are delighted with the results of a staff survey, which formed part of the National NHS Staff Survey.

The Trust was ranked within the top 20 per cent of Mental Health and Learning Disability Trusts in the country and scored over and above the national average in a number of areas.

One of the top scoring areas showed that staff would recommend Nottinghamshire Healthcare as a place to work or receive treatment.

The results within the staff engagement category were also very positive, showing an increase on last year’s survey and again scoring the Trust in the top 20 per cent. 

Professor Mike Cooke CBE, Chief Executive of the Trust said: “I am delighted with the results of this year’s survey and the fact that our staff feel that they would recommend our services to their friends and family, this has been a common theme for the last few years.

“There are always areas for improvement, but overall I am confident that our staff are a happy and motivated group of people who feel valued and able to deliver the best possible services they can.

“We will now be looking at the areas we need to target for improvements in the coming year.”

It is the tenth year the survey has been carried out to collect the views of NHS staff across England.