In Bolton we recognise the power of our differences and the value that diversity of thought can bring, not just for our staff, but for our patients and communities.
If you join us, you’ll be encouraged to be yourself and your contribution, experience and views will be valued and drawn upon.
If you too are passionate about paving the way for an inclusive culture for all, you’ll want to join one of our staff networks. They are open to everyone and provide a safe space for people to share experiences, work together to generate new ideas and influence change for the better.
All voices will be heard and members are supported to achieve their hopes and dreams, every step of the way.
Blandina Mutambirwa is the Finance Business Partner for Integrated Community Services Division.
She also represents Bolton FT in the NW Inclusion and Diversity Ambassadors Network, working with finance colleagues regionally to share best practice and ideas around initiatives that support improvements to equality. She is very passionate about Inclusion and Diversity and keen to be a part of the conversation, learn from others and feed into the wider EDI discussions taking place within the NHS.
Get in touch: 01204 390 1806 (ext 141806) or Blandina.Mutambirwa@boltonft.nhs.uk
Revd Catherine Binns is the Deputy Head Chaplain has worked in the trust for 7 years.
She lives with hidden disabilities and long term health conditions including Dyslexia, Bronchiectasis, IBS and other conditions. She is passionate about supporting staff in her role as chair and as a chaplain.
Get in touch: 01204 390 770 (ext 145770) or Catherine.Binns@boltonft.nhs.uk
Imran Khan is the Urgent Care Lead for the organisation in the Adult Acute Division.
Imran also has a wide range of experience in community, social care and commissioning services. As the newly elected Acting Chair, he is looking forward to working with the network to shape future priorities, drive the Trust’s inclusion agenda forward and make sure the network is focusing on things that will have a positive impact for staff and patients.
Get in touch: 01204 390973 (ext 5973) Imran.email@example.com
We are focused on engaging with people from across the organisation to attract, develop and retain staff at all levels.
Multi-generational diversity provides benefits in terms of the unique backgrounds and perspectives that each generation brings. As colleagues reach different stages of their lives, we understand that their priorities will change.
We recognise that we must look at the disadvantage faced by individuals from a lower socio-economic backgrounds and play a positive role in increasing social mobility through our recruitment, development and progression activities.