Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust provides services to a wide range of communities in Sheffield and is committed to eliminating unlawful discrimination and promoting equality of opportunity. We believe that the public, service users and staff should have equal access to services and job opportunities offered by the Trust.
Equality and Human Rights are for everyone. This means people who use services or members of staff. Everyone has a right to be treated with dignity and respect, this means to have their Human Rights respected. Equality is relevant to everyone; people should not face discrimination and should have equal opportunities irrespective of characteristics that they may have. We know that sometimes people face discrimination and barriers to employment or services because of certain characteristics these are:
The law protects people in these groups and because everyone will be a member of one or more of these groups at some time, equality and equal opportunity is important to everyone. On the next pages you can find out about:
NHS organisations in Sheffield want to make sure that the information we provide on our web pages about Equality Diversity and Human Rights is set out in similar ways, so that it is easier to follow for people visiting our web sites. If you would like to see similar information about other NHS organisations in the city please go to;
If you would like any of the information on these pages in a different format please contact: Liz Johson Head of Patient Experience ,Equality and Inclusion.
Liz Johnson - Head of Patient Experience, Equality and Inclusion
Human Resources Directorate
Old Fulwood Road
Sheffield S10 3TH
Phone: 0114 271 6703
If you have comments, compliments or suggestions for improvements to any of the pages in this section please contact
Liz Johnson, as above.
This page was last updated on 7th November 2012