11 April 2016

In 2015, The Trust was recognised as the best place to work in mental health and learning disabilities services in the Health Service Journal supplement.  In the same year, we received the HSJ Award for staff engagement, and with over 5000 staff at the heart of our operation we know that staff engagement is fundamental improving quality. 

We’re passionate about our vision to make a positive difference to people’s lives, including our staff, patients and our communities. Our Director of Corporate Affairs and Chair of the Trust spoke to HealthCare Manager on how we’re delivering staff engagement. 


'In the last five years, ELFT has become a leading exponent of using staff engagement to improve quality, job When it comes to staff engagement, everyone talks the talk, but East London Foundation Trust is one of the few to walk the walk. Craig Ryan headed for Whitechapel to find out how they do it. satisfaction and patient safety. In 2014, it came top among mental health trusts for staff engagement and was named by the HSJ as one of the ten best places to work in the NHS. Last year, it picked up the HSJ Award for staff engagement, sponsored by MiP and Unison'

'An EastEnd Sucess Story', Read full article here