Our Consultant Teams
When you receive an appointment letter from Tetbury Hospital you will be advised of the type of clinic you are attending, and if it is a consultant-led clinic or a nurse-led clinic.
If your letter states you will be seeing a consultant you will not be seen by a member of their team instead, unless this is detailed in your letter.
Some clinics are multi-professional so you may be seen by a consultant, a nurse, a healthcare assistant, and if you are attending an ophthalmology appointment you may be seen by an optician too.
To find out more about your consultant please click on their name to read their profile page.
Our charities objective is to provide integrated, seamless healthcare for people and the local communities we serve that is safe, effective and centred around the patient.
One of the ways we achieve this is to offer our consulting rooms and theatres to other larger NHS hospitals and independent providers so they can deliver care closer to home. Should you wish to find out more about consultants who attend here by that method please refer to their host website.
The Joint Drug Formulary is used by all NHS prescribers in Gloucestershire to promote evidence-based, safe, cost-effective prescribing. The Joint Formulary has been developed in the spirit of co-operative collaboration between Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Gloucestershire Care Services, and 2gether NHS Foundation Trust.
Tetbury Hospital Trust Ltd have formally adopted the formulary to ensure all aspects of medicines management are equitable and there is continuity of treatment between the primary and secondary care settings.