Canberra Hospital will embark on an organisation-wide culture survey for the first time since a damning independent review last year.
The survey is being conducted across Canberra Health Services this month with about 7300 staff asked to participate.
Results of the survey will be provided overall as well as being broken down by division (17) and units (160) within the organisation.
The $120,000 contract awarded to conduct the survey was signed in July but only recently made public.
It was awarded to consultants Best Practice Australia.
Canberra Health Services says the survey was planned before the culture review and was not as a result of it.
A spokeswoman said the results of the workplace culture survey would be used to drive a wide range of culture improvement initiatives.
She said results of the survey would be shared with all staff while "high level" organisation results would be released publicly.
An organisation wide culture independent review was announced in September last year after widespread concerns of bullying and harassment.
The government stopped short of a full board of inquiry - which has similar powers to a royal commission - which had been called for by the Australian Medical Association and the opposition.
The review found troubling levels of bullying, harassment and inappropriate recruitment practices, with the government committing to all review recommendations.
Community and Public Sector Union says workers in Canberra's public hospitals are still facing bullying, nepotism and racism despite last year's independent review into workplace culture.
ACT Health (pre-organisational split) conducted organisation-wide workplace culture surveys in 2005, 2007, 2009, 2012 and 2015.