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Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust (BSUH NHS Trust)

Putting patients first is the long term strategy of the hospital and is enshrined in the NHS Constitution. In 2019 the Care Quality Commission rated BSUH as ‘Outstanding’ for Patient Care.

The Equality Hub was established in 2015 as a go-to resource for staff, community providers and other organisations interested in equality and human rights. In 2018, the Equality Hub was recognised as a an important information resource by BSUH NHS Trust Chief Executive Dame Marianne Griffiths.

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Griffiths and Harris

Chief Exec Marianne Griffiths & Barbara Harris Head of EDI

Latest posts

What to do if you witness Islamophobic harassment

International Transgender Day of Visibility, 31 March 2019

Martin Fisher Foundation: Upcoming charity events

Interpreting services – staff reminder

Springwell Project: improving outcomes for people with learning disabilities

BSUH NHS Trust recognises that staff and those who access services come from diverse backgrounds, and may face the possibility of multiple discrimination. It strives to ensure that they do not experience discrimination on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race (ethnicity, nationality, skin colour), religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.

Patient firstIf you have concerns but you aren’t sure how to raise them or want advice about good practice, you can call the NHS and Social Care Whistleblowing Helpline on: 08000 724 725.