Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is committed to providing both clinical and non clinical work experience, including work shadowing and work related learning activities, for the local community.
If you have a query please contact Lifelong.LearningTeam@glos.nhs.uk.
To safeguard Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust and young people / people placements are co-ordinated by the Lifelong Learning Department.
People and young people must not directly contact relatives, friends or employees at Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust requesting placements or send generic letters to wards / departments or individuals at Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust.
Please direct all enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 0300 422 5176
*Information regarding specialist areas and 'taster days'
Date page last updated: 10.04.2017
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