Victory for campaigners as Gloucestershire NHS Trust board vote against privatisation

October 15, 2012

Ruth FitzJohn chair of The Board of NHS Gloucestershire attending an extraordinary meeting to decide whether Gloucestershire’s community health services will be run by an NHS Trust, or opened up to bids from the private sector © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

The Board of NHS Gloucestershire attending an extraordinary meeting to decide whether Gloucestershire community health services will be run by an NHS Trust, or opened up to bids from the private sector © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Members of the local campaign against privatisation of the NHS.
The Board of NHS Gloucestershire attending an extraordinary meeting to decide whether Gloucestershire community health services will be run by an NHS Trust, or opened up to bids from the private sector © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

The Board of NHS Gloucestershire attending an extraordinary meeting to decide whether GloucestershireÕs community health services will be run by an NHS Trust, or opened up to bids from the private sector.They unanimously voted for the NHS Trust © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Members of the campaign against local privatisation of the NHS, SATC.
The Board of NHS Gloucestershire attending an extraordinary meeting to decide whether GloucestershireÕs community health services will be run by an NHS Trust, or opened up to bids from the private sector. \They unanimously voted for the NHS Trust © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

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