In December 2020 Fairhealth became a registered charity.
From its inception it has been developed and maintained by front line primary care professionals, whose experience in practice has shaped the educational material.
Our Mission and Values
We value fairness, equity, kindness and compassion
We will strive to actively confront individual, collective, institutional and structural discrimination and prejudice that worsen health inequalities, including racism
Where present, we acknowledge our privilege and promise to use this where possible only to further our aims
We believe that avoidable differences in health are unfair and should be addressed
We believe that healthcare professionals and other agencies can make a difference to people’s health, support their wellbeing and mitigate disadvantage
Our operations are efficient and lean, recognising the value of any investment in us
Through all our work – including our educational activities, awareness raising, advocacy and workforce initiatives – we will strive always to reduce such inequities
We care for and value each other as much as we do the people we aim to help
Our team of trustees
Marie is the Chief Operating Officer at Trust Primary Care Ltd (TPC), a GP federation in Bradford, offering care closer to home for patients in dermatology, minor surgery and warfarin services, and hosting a team of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians working across 3 PCNs. TPC also holds the contract for the NHSE-funded West Yorkshire Primary Care Workforce & Training Hub and Marie heads up the team managing all the schemes and support for practices. Marie has also led on the Workforce Development workstream of the Bradford Reducing Inequalities in Communities project, upskilling ACPs and GPs in long term conditions work, and creating a pipeline of staff via HCA apprenticeships and Nurse preceptorship programmes.
Marie has background experience of a zoology degree, being a marketing director and running a recruitment consultancy, moving into NHS management roles after her 4 children started school. She spends her spare time with family and friends and has left her school governor role of 12 years to become a trustee of Fairhealth.
MARIE STOUT, TRUSTEE
Nick has been involved with the launch and development of the WY primary care workforce and training hub, working to plan, recruit and train the future primary care workforce. He also collaborates across Bradford as a director of two GP practice federations working together to improve population health and deliver better care closer to home.
When he's not at work, Nick enjoys travelling, countryside walking, SCUBA diving and being a grandad!