Press releases & statements
Maternal Mental Health Matters Awareness Week 2018
Where to turn if you’re struggling with becoming a parent
Easter Egg Donation
Over Easter, local charity ‘Feed the Hungry’ donated around 1,500 chocolate eggs for our inpatients, our volunteers and our staff.
£39.5m capital announcement
Cheltenham General and Gloucestershire Royal Hospitals have been awarded £39.5m of capital funding to modernise hospital buildings, transform services and deliver even better patient care.
Deborah Lee ranked a top 50 NHS Chief Executive
Our Chief Executive has been named one of the top 50 CEOs in the NHS in The Health Service Journal.
Our Snow Heroes
We are incredibly grateful to our staff for the continued commitment and professionalism that they’ve shown throughout the winter months.
National Maternity Survey
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) published has published the National Maternity Survey and the results reveal the responses from women who had given birth in February 2017.
Smoking on Gloucestershire Hospitals sites
We appeal to smokers to take their cigarettes well away from our buildings and grounds, and hope that they will consider others before they light up.
Thomas joins Harvey's Gang at GRH
Six year old Thomas was the first patient at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital to be part of Harvey’s Gang when he visited our pathology labs with his brother Lewis and mum Lorraine on 20th December.
Panto cast brings joy to children
Panto actors dressed in bright and colourful costumes brought some festive cheer to children at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
Good news for patients with Hyperemisis
Women suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) can now be looked after as day cases following an innovative move by the Trust designed to improve patient experience.
Volunteer massage therapists in oncology
We are looking for new volunteer massage therapists to add to the team working in our Oncology Centre at Cheltenham.
Occupational Therapy Week 2017
It is Occupational Therapy Week between 6th - 12th November and we are taking the opportunity to promote the ways in which the OT profession improves the lives of our patients and service users.
Smoking signage gets a fresh new look
Visitors to our sites this week will notice eye-catching new signs requesting that patients refrain from smoking on our sites, including in the grounds.
NHS Warriors take on military challenge
A team of local hospital staff, led by their Chief Executive Deborah Lee, will face up to an epic army challenge on Exmoor this weekend to raise vital funds for local cancer patients.
New 99 shuttlebus service launches
We are proud to announce that we will be working with local family company Pulham’s Coaches to provide its newly revised 99 shuttlebus service.
Maternity Insight Project
We are currently working on a project looking at the experience of women using our maternity service.
Report into financial governance
An independent review into financial governance arrangements at our Trust has been published and shows that we are making good progress in returning the organisation to financial balance and ensuring that it is soundly governed.
Baby's movements matter
Midwives at our Maternity Units are introducing initiatives to improve information for parents-to-be on the importance of being aware of their baby’s movements as we embrace national guidelines about reducing rates of stillbirth.
Response to CQC Report
The Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) inspection report has praised staff for their compassion, kindness and overriding commitment to patient care.
Now you have the opportunity to ask your own questions of a prestigious panel of decision makers in our county, and get some answers.
Breastfeeding & Baby Friendly success
Staff at our hospitals are celebrating National Breastfeeding Week this week as well as their success in achieving the UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative accreditation once again.
Muslim community donation
The Muslim Community in Gloucester has raised over £8000 for a new high-tech birthing bed for use in the Women’s Centre at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
One You Gloucestershire campaign
Gloucestershire One You is a workplace health and wellbeing campaign which will be running throughout June for our staff.