The Trust is obligated to publish various documents which show you how we are doing. They also set out ways for us to continue to develop and improve. On this page you will find the Strategic Plan, Operational Plan, Annual Report and Accounts, Quality Account as well as the Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust Constitution. We also publish a report of our spending over £25,000 for every month. This can be found on the Statutory financial information page.
Annual Members’ Meeting
This year’s Annual Members’ Meeting took place on 6 September 2021.
Watch the meeting here:
Annual Members Meeting – 29 September 2020 5-7pm
- To view the approved minutes of the Annual Members’ Meeting held on 29 September 2020, click here.
Strategic Plan 2014-2019
2018-19 to 2019-20
Annual Report and Accounts
- Download the HDFT Annual Report and Accounts 2019/20
- Download the HDFT Annual Summary 2019/20
- Download the HDFT Quality Report 2019/20
- Download the HDFT Annual Report 2018/19 (including the Quality Account)
- Download the HDFT Consolidated Financial Statements up to 31 March 2019.
- Download HDFT Annual Report and Accounts 2017/18 (including the Quality Account)
- Download the HDFT Quality Account 2017/18
- Download HDFT Annual Report and Accounts (including Quality Account 2015-2016)
- Download Summary Annual Report and Business Plan 2015-16
Corporate Governance Statement
NHS Provider Licence Annual Self-assessment
Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Annual Statement
Patient and Public Participation Strategy
The ambition of our Patient and Public Participation Strategy is to put the people who use our services, wherever they are, at the heart of decision making. Whatever the level of participation, listening to and acting on what people using our services want will help achieve our vision of delivering ‘Excellence Every Time’. Click here to read the strategy, for 2018/21, in full.
West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts (WYAAT)
As members of WYAAT our shared vision is to provide an efficient and sustainable healthcare system across the region that uses innovation and best practice for the benefit of patients. The time we spend working together across our trusts has grown substantially to the extent that we all now view WYAAT as part of our everyday business. We exist as a group because we know it is helping us deliver the best possible experience and outcomes for our patients and populations. Read about the progress and achievements of West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts (WYAAT) in 2018-19 here.
Commissioning for Quality and Innovation (CQUIN) Scheme
The CQUIN scheme is intended to deliver clinical quality improvements and drive transformational change. These will impact on reducing inequalities in access to services, the experiences of using them and the outcomes achieved. See NHS England » Commissioning for Quality and Innovation for more information and detail of the national schemes.
For 2017/19 the national CQUIN scheme will be followed.
The 2016/17 scheme for HDFT agreed with the Harrogate and Rural District Clinical Commissioning Group was a variation of the national scheme, and designed to support local transformation. The indicators were:
- Improved integration of providers along the End of Life Care pathway
- Promote a system of timely identification and proactive management of frailty in community locality teams
- Timely identification and treatment for sepsis in emergency departments
- Timely identification and treatment for sepsis in inpatient settings
- Improved compliance with CCG clinical threshold documents and procedures of limited clinical value guidance for consultant to consultant and other internally generated demand
- Increased usage of decision aids in secondary and community care.
The 2016/17 scheme for HDFT in relation to the contract with NHS England included the following indicators:
- Specialist Commissioning QIPP (quality, innovation, productivity and prevention)
- Specialist Commissioning SACT (systemic anti-cancer therapy)
- Specialist Commissioning annual report of data completeness for NNAP (national neonatal audit programme) questions
- Secondary care for orthodontic treatment
- Public health – Armed Forces
- Public health – Health inequalities
Gender Pay Gap at the Trust and Harrogate Integrated Facilities (wholly owned subsidiary)
In accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017, employers with 250 or more employees are required to publish information on the pay gap between male and female employees as at 31 March each year. This information must be published on the employer’s website (and must remain on the website for a minimum of three years) to be accessible to both employees and the public.
The gender pay gap is different to equal pay. Equal pay means that men and women in the same employment who are performing equal work must receive equal pay, as set out in the Equality Act 2010. It is unlawful to pay people unequally because they are a man or a woman.
Click here to download the Trust’s report relating to a snapshot date of pay at 31 March 2017.
Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017
On 1 April 2017, the Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017 came into force. The Regulations require the Trust, as an NHS body, to collate and publish on an annual basis, a range of data on the amount and cost of ‘facility time’ within the organisation. Facility Time is the provision of paid or unpaid time off from an employee’s normal role to undertake Trade Union duties and activities as a Trade Union representative. Click here to download the latest report.
Learning from Deaths Policy
The Trust is required by the Department of Health to publish its Learning From Deaths Policy. Click here to download it.
Click here to read our latest Learning from Deaths report.