Better Care Together – Developing Our Trust Priorities

January 30, 2020

We are delighted to be presenting our 6th Better Care Together event where we are inviting our colleagues, service users, carers, community and voluntary sector partners and stakeholders to help us to develop our priorities for the next five years.

Wednesday 19th February 2020
9.30am to 4pm
Walls Club, Barnwood, Gloucester

Over the past few months and during the period leading up to the event, we will have been listening to the colleagues who work in the Trust; to those who use our services and their carers; to our community and voluntary sector partners; to our fellow providers of care and to many other stakeholders across Gloucestershire. We are asking them to tell us what they consider to be the highest priorities for the Trust over the next five years. We want to use this conference to test those emerging themes with you and to listen to your ideas.

We hope that this event will draw upon the learning, sharing and networking that our programme of conferences has enabled over the past 12 months. It will bring us together again to consider what is really important to us and those who use our services, as well as the wider communities, partners and stakeholders across Gloucestershire.

At this conference, you will once more hear from the people who use our services; our highly skilled and committed colleagues; our partners and stakeholders, and we will be asking you to share your views as well, whatever your experience and perspective.

The Trust is committed to delivering the priorities in the NHS Long Term Plan; to being an active and effective partner in our Integrated Care System: “One Gloucestershire”, and we believe that as a significant employer, partner and provider of care and support we can have a real impact on the lives of people who live in Gloucestershire.

Please come and help us to build our ambition for our first five years as your Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Book your place here. 

If you would like to have a space in the exhibition at this conference, please contact Hazel Braund at: hazel.braund@ghc.nhs.uk.

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