Horder Healthcare is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of adults and children, and takes its responsibility seriously. Horder Healthcare ensures that all patients and visitors are cared for in a safe, secure and caring environment. 

All staff have a duty to uphold our values of caring, friendly, quality, integrity and pride – putting our patients first, and to be aware of the special attention children and young people (under 18 years of age) should be given while on our premises.

Safety from harm and exploitation is one of our most basic needs. Being or feeling unsafe undermines our relationships and self-belief.

Abuse is a violation of an individual’s human and civil rights by any other person or persons. It may consist of a single act or repeated acts. It may be an act of neglect or an omission to act or it may occur when a vulnerable person is persuaded to enter into a financial or sexual transaction to which he or she has not consented, or cannot consent. Abuse can occur in any relationship and may result in significant harm, or exploitation of the vulnerable person.

Horder Healthcare is committed to preventing and acting on abuse, and have assigned and trained staff directly responsible for safeguarding

Your support can help make a real difference!

Our key purpose as a charity is to advance health

Horder Healthcare is fortunate to receive loyal support from patients, donors, volunteers, charitable trusts and the local community. For the past 50 years, their support has been crucial to helping the organisation meet its charitable aims. Find out more about our vision and values as well as how you can support the organisation.

Volunteering at Horder Healthcare

Our volunteers are invaluable to our organisation and are involved in many aspects of the services we provide.