At NSLHD we are striving for greater diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB) in our workplace. Please download the strategy below for more information.
We create career pathways and provide traineeship opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who wish to pursue a career in healthcare.Read More
We harness and utilise the talent brought by each generation to meet both our organisational objectives and the needs of our people.Read More
Engaging talent and supporting career progression for cultural and linguistically diverse people helps NSLHD create a workforce that reflects the diverse community we serve. This empowers NSLHD to offer culturally safe services for all our patients and consumers.Read More
NSLHD is an inclusive employer that enables equal access to employment, training, career development and our health services for people with disability, whether they be current employees, prospective employees, our patients, consumers or another part of our community.Read More
At NSLHD 77% of our staff are women, 22% are male and 1% are non-binary. In 2022, 52% of our senior leadership positions were held by women.* Noting that 77% of the total workforce at NSLHD are women, then women are disproportionately underrepresented in senior leadership roles when compared to men.Read More
Psychological and emotional distress associated with stigma, discrimination and social isolation are major issues facing LGBTIQ+ people in our community. Addressing this is the cornerstone of our work to support LGBTIQ+ people at NSLHD.Read More
The NSLHD advancing women in medical leadership initiative aims to support an increase in the representation of women in medical leadership positions across the organisation.Read More