‘Remarkable achievement’ by Golden Jubilee Hospital. Health Secretary Alex Neil has hailed the “outstanding” staff at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital, as statistics showed it is leading the UK with the fastest delivery times for potentially lifesaving …
Members of the Lancastria Association of Scotland – set up to remember and honour all those who were present or who lost their lives in Britain’s worst maritime disaster – will tomorrow (Saturday 21 June 2014) commemorate 74 years since the Clyde-built troop s…
The next meeting of the Golden Jubilee National Hospital’s Board will take place on Thursday 19 June.
Health Secretary Alex Neil has launched an ambitious new national health and social care innovation fund, which aims to raise millions of pounds, to develop original and pioneering treatments for Scotland’s patients.
The Golden Jubilee National Hospital has announced that they have joined forces with the West Dunbartonshire Community Foodshare (WDCF) programme, setting up a donation point on the site.
As part of Dementia Awareness Week, three members of staff from the Golden Jubilee National Hospital have recently graduated from the prestigious Dementia Champions programme.
On Friday 16 May, the Golden Jubilee National Hospital, one of Europe’s largest elective orthopaedic centres, will host the 2014 National Basic Hip Arthroplasty (hip replacement) Course.
Two consultant ophthalmologists from the Golden Jubilee National Hospital have recently returned from helping to perform hundreds of life-changing cataract operations with the charity ‘Fighting Blindness’ in Ethiopia (FBIE).
As a national resource for NHSScotland, the Golden Jubilee National Hospital is dedicated to being open and transparent in all its decision making processes. As such, all meetings of the Board are open to members of the public.
The Golden Jubilee National Hospital has become the first in Scotland to carry out a pioneering, minimally invasive, heart valve replacement technique.
A patient of the Golden Jubilee National Hospital has successfully completed the New York Marathon, raising £2,500 for charity just six days after being treated by doctors and nurses at the Scottish Adult Congenital Cardiac Service (SACCS).
Specialists at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital have shown that in ‘high risk’ heart attack patients, after blood flow has been restored in the blocked artery, delaying putting a stent could aid their recovery, according to research published in the latest…