Our Zero Heroes are real change makers - improving patient care, reducing carbon emissions, tackling waste and creating a greener place to work.
If you know a Zero Hero nominate them now and help us bring their Net Zero Carbon story to life.
Leading the way in community care
Zero Hero - Gemma Cheneler
Gemma has been turning waste training into green education.
Evolving care: Occupational Therapy for neuro-rehabilitation - delivered virtually
How Tammie sourced funding for a nature-based therapy group
Scott's low carbon community travel
Scott doesn't drive but this hasn't been a barrier to working with services and teams across the Trust. At the same time, he has kept his carbon footprint low!
Leading the way in acute care
Catalin's 'switch it off' challenge
Catalin volunteered to feature in a series of posters at SASH, asking people to pledge to remember to switch off lights, laptops, monitors, mobile phone chargers etc. Posters went up around Trust sites to raise awareness of the need to Switch it off'.
Nicky's project to end Desflurane use
Nicky led the charge to eliminate the use of the Volatile Anaesthetic Gas, Desflurane, across East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust.
Michael's bin re-use project
As a waste manager Michael has embraced the value in encouraging reuse over disposal with proactive maintenance.
Leading the way in primary care
Dr Abigail Fry
Dr Abigail Fry spent one day a week helping practices to engage with the Green Impact for Health Toolkit to provide them with a practical set of actions to track progress towards achieving net zero carbon.
Dr Ralph Mortimer-Roome
Dr Ralph Mortimer-Roome saw an opportunity to support his colleagues and patients to increase the number of journeys they take with active travel.