Gloucestershire NHS apprentices best in the South West

Three Gloucestershire NHS apprentices were awarded for their commitment and service to the NHS at a special regional awards ceremony. Jess Carmen, Meg Cooke and Amanda Spencer, from Gloucestershire Care Services...

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Announcement of new Joint Chief Executive

    Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust and 2gether NHS Foundation Trust are delighted to announce the appointment of a Joint Chief Executive for both organisations. Paul Roberts has been selected in the...

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Movember champions Chris Boden, Iain Cockley-Adams, James Curtis and Chris MilesFive 'prepare to grow' champions from the Trust were given a clean shave by at Brockworth Barber shop on Ermin Street this week to kick start their efforts to grow a moustache as part of the national Movember campaign.

NHS 111  NHS 111 - the national telephone number that makes it easier for you to access local healthcare advice - is now available in Gloucestershire. 

Speak Out SafelyGloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust has signed up to the Nursing Times Speak Out Safely campaign, which seeks commitment from organisations to support staff who raise concerns about patient safety.

Sally Morrow, Wendy Howson and Susan McCook-Weir, descendants of George MooreLocal people celebrated the official opening of the newly refurbished George Moore Community Clinic in Bourton-on-the-Water recently with an open morning and tour of the new facilities.

Ingrid Barker, Chair of Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust, elected to Foundation Trust Network board to represent England’s community NHS trusts

Ingrid Barker, Chair of Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust

A beautiful new tapestry depicting the four seasons was unveiled by Hugh Tollemarche, High Sherriff of Gloucestershire recently at North Cotswolds hospital. Hugh Tollemarche with tapestry

Tewkesbury Community hospitalA new purpose-built £10 million community hospital for Tewkesbury and surrounding area will be fully operational and accepting patient admissions from Monday 7 October. Outpatient clinics will be transferred to the new facilities from this date, as will the hospital’s new Minor Injuries Unit (MIU).

Stoptober brandingStoptober launches this week to encourage and support people who wish to quit smoking. The national mass stop smoking attempt saw 160,000 people complete the challenge last year.

Someone who quits smoking for Stoptober, and doesn’t smoke again, could gain an extra seven days of life, every 28 days, for the rest of their life.