Trust publications

We produce a wide range of information to help keep you informed about the latest news and developments across the Trust.  This section of our website contains the latest annual report, details of the Freedom of Information Act and our Healthcare Standards declaration as well as links to other publications we hold and which you might find useful.

Gender Pay Gap report

This report provides the Trust’s first Gender Pay Gap (GPG) information based on data for the period including the first snapshot date of 31 March 2017, and is published in line with the requirements set out in the Equality Act 2010.   
Mid Yorkshire Hospital Gender Pay Gap Report.pdf 206KB
 

New Trust Strategy 'Striving for Excellence 2017-2021'

The Trust has launched its updated strategic plan called 'Striving for Excellence 2017-2021'. The strategy sets out ambitious plans and priorities for the Trust to achieve. Access the report here;

Trust strategy 2017 2021pdf 2MB

Annual Report

To find out more about how the Trust has performed against a range of national standards, developments across our hospitals, award winning staff and services, plans for the future and to read our financial reports, visit our Annual Reports page.

You can also access reports that detail our monthly spending over £25,000, by visiting our Publication of spend page.
 

Infection Prevention and Control Annual Report

This report details the activities relating to infection prevention and control (IPC) in Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust (MYHT) during the period 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018. You can read it here: IPC Annual Report 2017-18 

 

MY Workforce Strategy

Our workforce strategy is our means to achieving our aspirations of delivering the perfect patient
and workforce experience every time. Read our Workforce Strategy 2016 - 2021 here: MY Workforce Strategy 2016-2021 [pdf] 955KB


Sustainability Plan

Mid Yorkshire Hospital NHS Trust recognises the need for a Sustainable Development Plan which focuses on long-term improvements.

Our plan for reducing environmental impact, better health and reducing inequalities, providing an improved service provision, being a good community role model and supporter of local economy and providing excellent value for money need to be integral to the delivery of our strategic corporate objectives.

As a major employer, purchaser of goods and commissioner of services our role is to promote sustainability and actively contribute to the government’s sustainable development agenda.Read the Sustainability Plan here:  Sustainable Development Plan.pdf [pdf] 420KB

 

Freedom of Information Act

This is a far reaching law that gives a general right of access to all types of recorded information held by public authorities, sets out  exemptions from that right and places a number of obligations on public authorities. What is the Freedom of Information Act?

 

Quality Account

All providers of NHS care are required to produce a type of Annual Report called a Quality Account. This sets out priorities for the year ahead and a review of our performance against the quality indicators that we set for the previous year. Quality Account

 

Quality Strategy

This strategy aims to describe our ambition for improving quality, realising our ambition of an excellent patient experience, and setting out our high level plan for doing so, ensuring the services meet the needs and expectations of the community we serve.  Quality Strategy 2018-22.pdf 507KB

 

Trust Board minutes and agenda

Every month the Trust Board, made up of Executive and Non-Executive Directors, hold a public meeting where they discuss key decisions about the Trust. Minutes and agenda

 

The Care Quality Commission (CQC)

The CQC is the independent regulator of all health and adult social care in England. They monitor standards by carrying out regular reviews, surveys and inspections.

Read the CQC's 2015 inspection report on our hospitals and services. 

 

News releases

We regularly publicise new developments and ways of working, staff achievements, fundraising activities, donations and much more by issuing news releases to the local, national and trade press. News

 

Corporate Policies

As a publicly funded organisation The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has a duty to be open and honest about its decisions, policies and actions and to ensure that the highest possible standards are maintained. Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust policies can be requested through the Freedom of Information route. To request a policy, please email FOI@midyorks.nhs.uk

 

Communications and Involvement Plan

The Communication and Involvement Strategy sets out the approach to be taken by the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust to develop communications and involvement with staff and stakeholders. The Strategy is designed to support the Trust’s ambitions and put in place the accountability requirements of a Foundation Trust.

Read the Communications Involvement Plan 2017-2020.pdf 142KB

 

Equality Impact Assessments

The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust positively supports equality of opportunity and celebrates diversity and difference.

We carry out equality impact assessments to determine whether any further work needs to be undertaken in certain areas and ensure that services or policies are open, inclusive and available for all without discrimination. Read more about our Equality Impact Assessments here.

 

Safe Nursing and Midwifery staffing levels

Visit the Staffing levels page for more information.

 

Patient Access Policy - Referral to Treatment

The purpose of this policy is to document The Mid Yorkshire Hospital NHS Trust (MYHT) responsibilities for managing patient access in line with the National RTT standards. The policy covers all stages of the 18 week referral to treatment (RTT) pathway from referral through to discharge back to primary care.  Patient Access Policy - referral to treatment pdf.pdf [pdf] 588KB

 

Learning from Deaths Policy

Review of the care provided to patients who die within the Trust is embedded within Clinical Audit Practice. This Policy incorporates most recent guidance from the National Quality Board.

Learning From Deaths Policy Nov 2017 [pdf] 454KB