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Welcome to

Gloucestershire Health and Care
NHS Foundation Trust

Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust was formed in October 2019. This followed the merger of 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust, to provide joined up physical health, mental health and learning disability services.

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We have opportunities available for experienced and newly qualified staff.

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You can help us represent the communities we serve by becoming a Trust member.

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Our team participates in national and local studies.

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News & Views

Read the latest news from Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust

Public consultation: A new hospital for the Forest of Dean

Public consultation: A new hospital for the Forest of Dean

A Consultation inviting the public to comment on the proposals for the new community hospital in the Forest of Dean will launch on Thursday 22 October. Planning for the hospital is now at a stage where the proposals for the inpatient unit, outpatient services, urgent...

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Gloucestershire Nurse Awarded MBE

Gloucestershire Nurse Awarded MBE

A nurse from Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded the MBE. Sonia Pearcey, who lives in Gloucester, is the Trust’s Freedom to Speak Up Guardian and her inclusion on the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2020 is in part due to her work in...

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Launch of Dementia Information Videos

The Gloucestershire BME Network for Dementia is pleased to announce the completion of Dementia Videos in English, Guajarati, Polish and Cantonese and would like to invite you to join us at an online launch event. The project funded by Gloucestershire Health and Care...

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