Applications for our 2020 intake of graduates are now closed – please watch this space for information about future cohorts.

GCCG - Graduate Training Scheme

NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (GCCG) is an integral part of the local ‘One Gloucestershire’ health and care system, working collaboratively with partners to keep people healthy, support active communities and ensure high quality, joined up care is provided when needed.

We are looking for five graduates to join us from September/October 2020 to take part in a structured development scheme. This two year scheme offers a unique opportunity for graduates to help transform the way health and care services work for people, their carers and communities.

GCCG is a clinically-led organisation responsible for commissioning (buying) local NHS services to meet the needs of local people. These services include emergency care services, operations or treatments that can be planned in advance, community services and mental health services. All of the county’s 74 GP practices are members.


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Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group vision and values

It is important to us that you are excited by our vision and the way that we work and that you want to come on our journey, so here is a description of what is important to us at GCCG.


Our Vision: Improved health and wellbeing through joined up care and communities.

We have a very strong ethos of partnership working, and we are all really driven to make a difference. We work, based on trust, with other organisations such as Gloucestershire County Council and District/City Councils, charities and voluntary organisations to deliver improved health and wellbeing for the population of Gloucestershire, including staff.


Our Values

We have a strong culture of “how things are done around here.” Our values are:

Caring – meeting your needs with compassion and respect

Collaborative – supporting healthy, active communities and joined up care through strong partnerships

Innovative – being forward thinking and creative to transform care and make best use of resources

Integrity – acting with professionalism, fairness, honesty and openness

Quality – working positively with you for the best quality of life and safe effective care


In summary, we are committed and focused on improving health and wellbeing and believe strongly that by all working better together in a more joined up way, and through using strengths of individuals, carers and local communities, we will transform the quality of care and support we provide to all local people.