|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.||
Recently, one of our leading orthopaedic surgeons, Andrew Kinninmonth, was shortlisted for the prestigious Doctors Award at the Scottish Health Awards 2013. Well deserved recognition for an outstanding clinician but as Andrew pointed out his achievements come …
On Monday 28 October our 2013 Annual Review took place in the National Waiting Times Centre; providing an open forum for staff, patients and the public to have their voices heard and help shape our services. This also offered an opportunity for an independent …
Working to find new and effective ways to improve the lives of our patients and help shape the future of modern medicine is a key part of what we do here at the Golden Jubilee. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of our Cardiology Research Team, last month …
When you think about creativity, you probably associate it with people in the arts – perhaps writers, painters, or musicians. But would you associate it with those who work in the NHS?
This month marks the 65th anniversary of the NHS in Scotland. But for the Golden Jubilee National Hospital, it is also a time for us to celebrate the 10th anniversary of our orthopaedic service and the fifth anniversary of our heart and lung service.
Earlier this month we held our first ever Patient Safety Day.
This week we announced that we are expanding our specialist orthopaedic and ophthalmology services to treat more Scottish patients than ever before.
This month we were lucky enough to unveil six unique pieces of art to commemorate 10 years of the Golden Jubilee National Hospital.
As a national resource for the NHS in Scotland, here at the Golden Jubilee we pride ourselves on providing a quality service for all our patients.
Earlier this month, Robert Francis QC published his report following the public inquiry into Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust – the follow up to the original inquiry.