|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.||
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.
What a great start to 2015 with the fantastic news that for the first time, we have been named in the top 100 UK employers in the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index (WEI).
2014 has been a fantastic year for us at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital, the Beardmore Centre for Health Science and the Beardmore Hotel and Conference Centre, and it has been a privilege to be celebrating another Christmas as your Chair.
From the moment you walk through our doors, our staff are at the heart of your experience. From reception to theatres, pharmacy to physio, our team works incredibly hard to make sure you receive the information, support and care you need for every step of your…
We have had a fantastic 12 months at the Golden Jubilee and last week we held our 2013/2014 Annual Review.
Providing safe, effective and person-centred care for all of our patients is one of our top priorities at the Golden Jubilee.
As we all start to get back to normal following the excitement of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, I’d like to take a look at our Commonwealth legacy and the opportunities we have in the aftermath of the Games.