|Every month our Chair blog keeps you up to date with what's going on at the Golden Jubilee Foundation. Our latest Chair Blogs come to you from our Interim Chair, Stewart MacKinnon; for more information you can view Stewart's profile on the Board Members section.||
This month I am delighted to tell you that the Golden Jubilee Foundation has been named the Top UK Health and Social Care Provider in the prestigious Stonewall Workplace Equality Index (WEI).
As the home of quality, research and innovation for the NHS in Scotland, we are delighted to announce that we are now working on a significant expansion plan that will allow the Golden Jubilee National Hospital to treat more patients than ever before.
This month, the Golden Jubilee Foundation made history when we were runner-up in the Employer of the Year category at the inaugural Icon Awards.
This month, I’d like to talk about some of the important advancements we have made in thoracic (lung) surgery at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital.
Last month, we were proud to announce the launch of the new brand name for our campus: the Golden Jubilee Foundation. This re-branding reflects out integrated approach to leading quality, research and innovation, taking full advantage of our shared campus and …
It gives me great pleasure to be able to talk about the next stage in our journey as national resource for the NHS in Scotland.
At the Golden Jubilee, we are incredibly proud of the diverse range of staff who allow us to continuously improve and deliver the highest possible standards of care for all of our patients.
Since 2002 when we became part of the NHS in Scotland we have been committed to delivering a national service that both meets the needs of patients across Scotland and innovates to improve the health and quality of each patient who comes through our doors. So …
From the end of this month, all NHSScotland grounds will be completely smoke-free; meaning that smoking, including eCigarettes, will not be allowed anywhere on NHS property.
This month, I want to write about the incredible growth and development we have had at the Golden Jubilee since becoming a part of the NHS in Scotland back in 2002.