HRH The Princess Royal Visits Trust

April 21, 2021
HRH The Princess Royal has spoken to colleagues from our Trust about their work throughout the Coronavirus Pandemic.
In a visit to Gloucester today (21 April), Her Royal Highness had conversations with nurses, allied health professionals, facilities colleagues, emergency response leads, and Trust Executive and Non-Executive Directors about their roles and the challenges they have faced over the past 18 months.
Trust Chair, Ingrid Barker, said: “We were delighted to welcome the Princess Royal to our Trust, to share details of the breadth of our work throughout the pandemic. She was particularly interested in hearing about the work of our Covid testing team, our vaccinators, our Homeless Healthcare service, facilities and infection control colleagues and our hospital and community teams who have worked tirelessly to keep the people of Gloucestershire safe and well throughout what has been an unprecedented and incredibly challenging time.”
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