Mission, vision and goals
Policies, procedures and strategies
Our business plan for 2021/22 – 2023/24 sets out the actions that we will take over the coming years as part of Our Journey to Change.
This plan includes how we hope to address national and local clinical priorities and how we’ll be addressing the needs of our service users.
It also shows where we will be focusing our efforts to improve quality and value.
- Download our business plan for 2021/22 – 2023/24 (pdf)
- Download our business plan summary for 2021/22 – 2023/24 (pdf)
Improving our services
Our service users and their carers are at the heart of everything we do and we are continuously working to modernise our services to better meet their individual needs.
- See how we encourage our staff to improve our services by raising concerns
- Read about our journey to change
Research and development
Equality and diversity
Triangle of Care
The Trust is a member of the Carers Trust Triangle of Care scheme. We follow their six principles to include and support carers.
Caring for the environment
Our legal requirements
- This is our provider licence from Monitor
- Declaration of compliance with condition G6 of the provider licence
The licence, which is issued to foundation trusts, is a tool Monitor uses to regulate foundation trusts and other NHS-funded providers under the Health and Social Care Act 2012. It sets out the obligations providers will have to meet in order to assist Monitor to fulfil its principal duty to protect and promote the interests of patients.
The Independent Regulator, Monitor, has provided a standardised framework or constitution that sets out the way the organisation must operate. The trust constitution is modelled on mutals and cooperatives, with the broad parameters in legislation but the detail is defined locally. It was developed via consultation with the public,staff, partners and stakeholders.
Bribery Act – our zero tolerance statement
Bribery is a criminal offence. Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust does not, and will not, pay bribes or offer improper inducements to anyone for any purpose; nor do we, or will we, accept bribes or improper inducements.
We have a responsibility to consider issues regarding modern slavery. You can take a look at our statement on modern slavery.
Cabinet Office: National Fraud Initiative
We are required to protect the public funds we administer. We may share information provided to us with other bodies responsible for auditing, or administering public funds, or where undertaking a public function in order to prevent and detect fraud. More information about the National Fraud Initiative.