Advancing a sustainable future is a key priority for I-MED Radiology Network and includes monitoring and enhancing our performance across environment, social and governance commitments. This encompasses being transparent about our plans, activities, results, and contributions to society which include our engagement with shareholders, referrers, patients, governments, and regulators.
Whistleblower Policy and making a report
We are committed to a culture of integrity, transparency and accountability. I-MED expects all our people to observe high standards of business and personal ethics in the conduct of their duties and responsibilities.
We encourage the reporting of behaviour, conduct or affairs that are inconsistent with I-MED’s values, expected standards of conduct and ethical behaviour and the disclosure of matters set out in I-MED’s Whistleblower Policy. I-MED’s Whistleblower Policy establishes what is reportable conduct, who to contact if you wish to make a report and the protections available to whistleblowers.
Should you wish to make a report, please complete this form and email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Modern Slavery Statement
Our Modern Slavery Statement sets out the actions taken by the I-MED Group in assessing modern slavery risks in its operations and supply chains, and the actions it has taken to address, monitor and prevent these.
Labour Standards and Human Rights Policy
We recognise the importance of protecting human rights and are committed to protecting the rights of all including our people, the communities in which we operate, those who may be impacted by our activities, our customers and those within our supply chains.
Supplier Code of Conduct
This document establishes our expectations of suppliers, and their supply chain, in providing goods and services to our Network.
Gender Pay Gap Statement
As an employer of a predominantly female workforce, we remain committed to advancing gender equality in all aspects of our organisation. Our Gender Pay Gap Statement provides information on a range of workforce data including our gender pay gap, including additional details which explain the data within the context of our organisation.
We are committed to protecting our referring health professionals’, patients’ and prospective patients’ privacy through explaining our practices, only collecting, using or sharing information that is necessary to provide our services, or with your consent, and resolving any privacy-related problems as quickly as possible.
Our Patient Charter describes the rights of patients using our radiology services. It allows our people and patients alike to work together to achieve best possible outcomes in the services provided.