Managing conflicts of interest

In October 2017 the Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS FT has introduced the Managing Conflicts of Interest in the NHS Policy adapted from the NHS England guidelines.

Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and the people who work with and for us, collaborate closely with other organisations, delivering high quality care for our patients.

These partnerships have many benefits and should help ensure that public money is spent efficiently and wisely. But there is a risk that conflicts of interest may arise.

Providing best value for taxpayers and ensuring that decisions are taken transparently and clearly, are both key principles in the NHS Constitution. We are committed to maximising our resources for the benefit of the whole community.

As an organisation and as individuals, we have a duty to ensure that all our dealings are conducted to the highest standards of integrity and that NHS monies are used wisely so that we are using our finite resources in the best interests of patients.

The Registers of Annual Directors’ Declarations as well as Trust-wide Gifts & Hospitality are kept in Corporate Office.

Register of Gifts & Hospitality from April 2019

Register of Directors’ Declarations from April 2019

Register of Governors’ Declarations from August 2019

Senior Leadership Team and other staff Register of Interests from April 2019

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