Good governance

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Why it is important

We recognise the importance of good governance in achieving our corporate objectives, in discharging our responsibilities and endeavouring to meet the expectations of all stakeholders.

Our management approach

Ramsay’s governance framework is designed to ensure that the company is effectively managed, that legal and regulatory obligations are met and that the culture of personal and corporate integrity – The Ramsay Way – is reinforced.

Ramsay is steadfast in its commitment to maintaining the culture and principles of The Ramsay Way across all aspects of its business.

The Board continually reviews our governance policies and practices to ensure they remain appropriate in light of developments in law, regulations and stakeholder expectations.

Impact boundary and stakeholders

  1. Patients
  2. Doctors
  3. Employees
  4. Government and regulators
  5. Funding partners
  6. Investors
  7. Community


Our measures are provided in our annual Corporate Governance Statement and Impact Report People Data & Scorecard and include director independence, Board gender diversity, executive gender diversity.


  • GRI disclosures: 2-.9-2.21 Governance, Strategies, policies and practices 2.22-2.30, 207-1 Tax, 405-1 Diversity
  • SASB topic areas: Business ethics
  • SDGs: 5, 8, 17