June 2017 Week 4

Saturday 24th June

Meet the amazing ladies who knit hats for babies in hospital (Gloucestershire Live)

Patients in Gloucestershire set to benefit from expansion of NHS diabetes prevention programme (Wilts and Glos Standard)

Sunday 25th June


Monday 26th June

Long waits at Gloucestershire Royal this morning (Gloucestershire Live feed: 7.44am)

Checks carried out at hospitals, schools and... (Gloucestershire Live)

One bereaved mother is raising money... (Gloucestershire Live)

Take a look at Gloucestershire's swankiest new ward... (Gloucestershire Live)

Tuesday 27th June

NHS Chiefs refuse to say if they will be robbing Cinderford to pay Lydney (Gloucestershire Live)

Mother reveals struggle of raising son born with... (Gloucestershire Live)

Extra cash to fight diabetes in Gloucestershire... (Gloucestershire Live)

Wednesday 28th June


Thursday 29th June


Friday 30th June

A Nurse at GRH made it possible... (Gloucestershire Live)

Axed: Eye clinic at Evesham Community Hospital (Evesham Observer)

Amazing Sandra returns to gym... (Gloucestershire Live)


Ran a 5k this morning as prep for next week's race for life in Bristol. Hard work after a week off on holiday! #OneYouGlos

@RealSirTomJones thank you for entertaining all of us new, exhausted mum's from Gloucester Royal Hospital Maternity ward! #free #audience

Don't think I've ever had an appointment at Cheltenham Hospital without it having a delay... 😑 wouldn't mind but have to pay for parking! 😠

Just a few days 'til our Patient's Choice award closes for 2017. Your chance to recognise staff who gave great care! bit.ly/2r4Fgd1

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You can raise sponsorship & support wards @gloshospitals through the fantastic Greystones Farm Walk Sun 9 July with North Cotswolds Rotary!

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James my grandson had to have some teeth out yesterday the staff were polite and lovely James was looked after very well and I was informed every step of the way what was happening and how long it would take so the doctors and nurses st paediatric day centre should get an award for perfect work

We went into A&E yesterday after a visit to our gp. We were in there for 2hrs before being taken to the paediatric ward for a further 4hrs. The staff were lovely & the paediatric ward was a lot nicer, calmer & cleaner than the A&E department. The only thing was we went in for a possible appendicitis which it wasn't but we came out with no diagnosis they advised us my son could do with having some more tests done to find out what's causing the problem, but I don't understand why they just don't do them whilst the patient is there in a bed already & no one else on the ward?

Ward 3A fabulous staff a big thank you to staff nurse Alison, Clare Jones and Taylor Maltby they all remembered from last year and their care was just as outstanding as then ..... well done to all on 3A

The nurses were very friendly and very helpful but the decision maker that told me I was fine to go home when they could see I couldn't walk even with crutches 3 days after my operation I was told there sending me home when I know for a fact I'm not ready even though I want to go home I just know it's not a good idea bet hey I don't make the decision they do 😡😡😡😡

Outstanding service today very polite and friendly staff

Cannot fault this place, Orthopaedic Outpatients, Fracture clinic and Cardiology, thank you guys

Ward 3A fabulous staff a big thank you to staff nurse Alison, Clare Jones and Taylor Maltby they all remembered from last year and their care was just as outstanding as then ..... well done to all on 3A

Roger Sillick was  feeling drained at  Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
13 hrs · Gloucester ·  

After 14 days in this bed I claim the right to throw it somewhere (if I had the strength that is) best news of the day they have removed the chest drain that just leaves all the other bits of their plumbing that is still attached to me.
The other great thing here is the fantastic nursing staff, just a shame about what they call food.

Couldn't fault the staff and how they looked after me! Everyone was so lovely and I'm grateful how they comforted me when I was really scared. People on the ward was also lovely and looked out for me. Like one big family! Once again thank you x

Nurses and doctors were great very helpful yes i was on a trolley for awhile but hey i got seen as soon as they could very happy with the treatment i received

Thank you to all of the staff at the hospital, particularly those on Bibury Ward who looked after me the past two days. It was very much appreciated!

A week ago today after heading back from a wonderful first family holiday my sister in law found me collapsed at home, I was brought straight to GRH and with in hours it became clear I was very ill. I had sepsis in both my pelvis and my chest - I was diagnosed with pneumonia and a nasty pelvic infection and was struggling to recover as they would have expected. It's been a very scary week and I have to thank so many people for keeping me here - but mainly I want to say thank you to the NHS!! Everyone on ward 9A and the respiratory team have been more than extraordinary with my care and they even got me home in time to see my son on his very 1st Birthday!!! Thank you thank you thank you x

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