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Our Vision

To be one of the best healthcare Trusts in the country.

 

 

Our Strategic Objectives

  1. Achieve the highest standards of quality
  2. Develop a high performing workforce
  3. Deliver our clinical strategy
  4. Improve productivity and efficiency
 

 

Patients First

  • Care - Ensuring that basic needs are always met
     
  • Compassion - Putting yourself in others’ shoes – you could be the only word of kindness that person receives all day
     
  • Communication - Introducing yourself, listening, explaining clearly what is happening and making sure that you have been understood
     
  • Humility - Apologising and being open when things have gone wrong
 

 

Personal Responsibility

  • Commitment - Performing your duties to the best of your ability and always being punctual and prepared
     
  • Self-awareness - Treating people as you would like to be treated, remembering that the little things often make the biggest difference
     
  • Open-mindedness - Continuously listening, learning and improving
     
  • Courage - Believing in yourself and your contribution, and having the confidence to speak up and speak the truth
 

 

Passion for Excellence

  • Positivity - Striving to be the best you can
     
  • Insight - Having an in depth understanding of your day to day practices and the impact they have on others
     
  • Initiative - Taking a proactive approach, and prioritising
     
  • Innovation - Seeking out new ideas and finding ways to put them into practice
 

 

Pride in our Team

  • Constructiveness - Treating one another with dignity, intelligence and respect
     
  • Selflessness - In your work, prioritising the needs of your patients, teams and organisation ahead of your own
     
  • Collaboration - Building positive relationships based on listening and sharing information, knowledge and skills, as well as workload, to further team and organisational goals
     
  • Integrity - Being honest and delivering what you promise or making others aware if you are unable to deliver

 

Latest News

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3000th baby born in Abbey Birth Centre at St Peter’s Hospital

On Thursday 8th August at 20:48 Sheena Parmar from Addlestone gave birth to her second child, a healthy baby boy, named Dylan, who was the 3000th baby to be born in the Abbey Birth Centre at St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey. Dylan was delivered by Midwife Angela Affinito, weighing 6lb 6oz.

 

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Lullaby Hour at St Peter’s Hospital

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at St Peter’s were delighted to recently be joined by professional singer and ukulele player, Emma Stevens, for Lullaby Hour. Lullaby Hour is an award winning project created by the Music in Hospitals & Care charity that brings calming music into hospital wards to help aid sleep and recovery for babies.

 

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Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals hold successful first Community Day

St Peter's Hospital opened their doors to welcome over 300 people to their first Community Day on Saturday 6th July. The day was an outstanding success, with visitors of all ages attending and a fantastic buzz created around the Trust.

 

The Weekly Message

A week of firsts

When thinking about what to write this week, I realised I have had a number of firsts over the past few days. And I will not be the only one.

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the FY1 doctors joining Team ASPH in their first job as a qualified doctor. They did a first together, which hopefully meant they were able to support each other. More often we do a first on our own, but sometimes they are shared ... read this week's message