The FOI Act requires every public authority to have a publication scheme whereby they routinely make information available to the public.
The menus below represent the different classes of information. For each requirement we provide the required information on this page, a link to where the information is held on our website, a direct download to the information or an explanation as to why it is not available.
Information about the services we offer, including leaflets, guidance and newsletters.
This section provides information about our organisation, its structure and its Board of Directors.
We are an integrated healthcare organisation which provides a range of Mental Health and Community Services across the population of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire and wider. The Trust also provides National High Secure Services from Rampton Hospital including the national deaf service and nation service for high secure care of women. Within the Trust’s portfolio of care we also provide a range of healthcare services within prisons in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Lincolnshire.
We work with in partnership with a range of organisations across the NHS and local government. We also work closely with other bodies including the voluntary sector. As a Foundation Trust we are locally accountable to our patients, staff and communities through our membership.
Clinical Commissiong Groups (CCGs) are groups of GPs responsible for designing local health services.
The Trust Board receives a Finance Report on a monthly basis. Reports are contained within Board Meeting information - Trust Board and Meetings.
Income and expenditure
A summary of our annual income and expenditure and our annual statement of accounts is recorded in our Annual Reports.
The following items are reported within the Trust’s Annual Reports:
Allowances and expenses paid to individual Board members and Governors are included in the Trust's Annual Reports.
Allowances and expenses that can be incurred or claimed by Trust employees are in line with standard NHS contracts.
These contracts can be found on the NHS Employers website: Http:///www.nhsemployers.org/
The Trust Procurement Department is responsible for the purchase of all goods and services (excluding drugs) to the organisation.
Its aim is to provide value for money, delivering products and services that are of a high quality, conform to environmental and sustainability criteria, support equality and diversity and most importantly meet the needs of our customers and patients.
We are governed by Trust Standing Orders and by Government and European rules on procurement as well as our own ethics code.
Our staff are highly trained and many hold professional qualifications in Purchasing.
The team is led by the Head of Procurement
This section provides information on our strategies and plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews.
The Trust’s Sustainable Development Management Plan clarifies our objectives on sustainable development and sets out a plan of action. It was approved by the Trust Board in June 2018.
All of the following reports are available on request if not linked to directly.
Please also see our training course prospectus for Trust staff which provides information on essential mandatory training, therapeutic skills, skills for work and life and leadership and management development. These can be found in our staff recruitment website.
This section provides information on decision making processes and records of decisions.
Our main decision making processes and systems include:
The Trustwide policies are broken down into 19 sections. You can access all of our policies and procedures here.
We are unable to provide our Asset Registers and Information Asset Register for routine release given the diverse nature of the Trust's estate and the level of detail contained within the Trust's Fixed Asset Register.
Declarations of Interest, Gifts, Hospitality and Sponsorship registers