Promoting health and well-being.
We will provide coordinated, safe and effective person-centred care.
Our staff are in a unique position of trust requiring standards of behaviour that reflect community expectations. Our Code of Conduct applies to all SCHS employees whether full time, part time, casual, contract, permanent, temporary, trainee or apprentice.
Maintaining the trust of the public means our staff properly using the resources, information and authority to:
Ensure that the personal interests of our staff do not adversely influence the way we carry out our duties.
Complying with Acts, Regulations, Guidelines and Policies relevant to our work.
The following four broad values underpin our ethics and standards of conduct: