|Every month our Chair blog keeps you up to date with what's going on at the Golden Jubilee Foundation. Our new Chair is Susan Douglas-Scott. For more information you can view Susan's profile on the Board Members section.|
Can you believe that Christmas is upon us again! I do hope it will be a good one for you all. I know many of my colleagues at both our hospital and hotel will be working throughout the festive period doing what they always do, providing excellent, warm and l…
This month, we’ve had the opportunity to celebrate successes across the Golden Jubilee Foundation (GJF) at both our Annual Review and Excellence Awards.
Earlier this month, my Non Executive Board colleagues and myself got together to discuss how we as a team celebrate the positives and identify areas where we could improve.
As many of you will know, our expansion plans are progressing well and we are on track to have our integrated Ophthalmology unit open in 2020.
July was a busy month for us at the Golden Jubilee Foundation as we celebrated the 10th anniversary of our Heart and Lung Centre and the 70th anniversary of the NHS.
I’d like start my first blog by expressing my thanks to Stewart MacKinnon for his hard work over the last couple of years as Interim Chair and indeed for all his efforts throughout his entire time serving on the Golden Jubilee Board.
NHSScotland’s Health and Social Care Delivery Plan was published in 2016 with the aim of high quality services, that have a focus on prevention, early intervention and supported self-management.
Chair Blog for February 2018 - confident in our values culture
As part of the Scottish Government’s programme of themed years, 2018 is the Year of Young People (#YoYP2018). This year aims to inspire Scotland through its young people (8-26 year olds), celebrating their achievements, valuing their contribution to communitie…