Welcome to the GP section of our website. We are committed to developing and maintaining positive working relationships with all our primary care practitioners. We want to make sure that referring patients to us is as easy as possible and that GPs have all the necessary information at hand to help them do this.
News and updates
This section will provide you with information on our services, share referral criteria and bring you up to speed on the latest news from our Trust.
Cirencester Diagnostic & Treatment Centre - July 2016
Find out about our new facility at Cirencester for day surgery and diagnostic procedures. Read more
For more detailed information about conditions and referral pathways, you may find it useful to access the G-Care website.
Our new electronic health record is coming
We've signed a contract with a provider of our new electronic health record. Find out about our new SmartCare system
Find out about our Specialist Weight Management Team
We are a small team of psychologists and dietitians, and have input from an endocrinologist. Read more
Latest News - Ambulatory Emergency Care (AEC) units now at both Hospitals - May 2014
Our Trust is launching the second phase of a new service which will see patients offered access to same day acute medical care in dedicated facilities. Ambulatory Emergency Care (AEC) is a national initiative designed to improve care for patients while reducing admissions and taking some pressure off Emergency Departments.
The opening of the Cheltenham General AEC on 6th May means that both hospitals now offer this service, which sees patients assessed, diagnosed, treated and discharged home the same day without the need for overnight admission. The AEC unit at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital has been operating successfully since late September 2013.
Read more about it and about how to refer here
Latest news - changes to Emergency Departments 29th July 2013
Changes to the emergency care provision we offer at Cheltenham General Hospital (CGH) will be taking place on 29th July 2013. The changes cover the quieter night time period of 8pm - 8am and will only affect patients arriving by ambulance.
Read more about the changes and referring a patient here.
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