The survey, conducted by the Department of Health, also confirmed that staff believe that the care of patients is their number one priority, that staff are satisfied with the support provided from their colleagues and that managers ask for their opinion when making decisions that affect their work.
HRCH chief executive, Frank Sims said: “I am delighted with our results, it reinforces the strong link between our high staff satisfaction and high patient satisfaction with the care we provide.
"At HRCH, we have been successful in creating an environment where staff feel listened to, valued and well supported; where they are enthusiastic about their work and free to concentrate on providing safe, effective and personal care to our patients. I am very proud of our staff who are passionate about the people they care for in the boroughs of Hounslow and Richmond.”
About the NHS Staff Survey
The NHS Staff Survey is undertaken every year for all trusts across the country and is recognised as an important way of ensuring that the views of staff working in the NHS inform local improvements and input in to local and national assessments of quality, safety, and delivery of the NHS Constitution. Find out more here.