Healthy Weston: your views matter
North Somerset CCG wants to hear your views on how we can change and improve services at Weston General Hospital and other local NHS and care services in the Weston area. Together, we can make sure people have the best possible health and care services suitable for their needs now and in the future.
Come to one of our Healthy Weston public events and tell us what you think about: building a strong and vibrant future for Weston General Hospital; developing stronger GP services; and creating a ‘care campus’ at Weston General Hospital so that hospital, GP and community health services work better together to care for patients.
Attend an event
- Tuesday 5 December 2017, 7pm to 9pm, Cheddar Football Club, Cheddar. Book now or email email@example.com
- Wednesday 10 January, 1-3pm, Yatton Village Hall, Yatton. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
- Thursday 11 January 2018, 7pm to 9pm, Cheddar Football Club, Cheddar. Book now or email email@example.com
- Wednesday 17 January 2018, 7pm to 9pm, Weston Football Club,West-super-Mare. Book now or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tuesday 16 January 2018, 7pm to 9pm, The Campus, Worle. Book now or email email@example.com
Live in Yatton, Congresbury, Banwell or nearby? We’re keen to hold as many public events in the Weston area and nearby villages in North Somerset as we can to make sure everyone’s views are heard. Help us get a date in the diary for when we can visit you. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01275 546702 to book.
Local health and social care professionals are also working closely with us to develop our plans. To make sure their voices are heard too, we’re holding a series of staff events at Weston Football Club and the next one will be on 23 January. These events are open to all providers of health and care services. Please email email@example.com to book your place.
Share your views online
Your feedback will make a difference in how future services are designed. Help us to get it right by sharing your views via our online survey.
Healthy Weston: a handy guide
Download our summary document which outlines our vision for joining up services for better care in the Weston area.
Healthy Weston: joining up services for better care in the Weston area
Download the full Healthy Weston vision, setting out our ideas in more detail for organising and delivering local health and care services.
Healthy Weston Q&As
Your questions answered! If you have a question we’ve not covered here, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll add it in for the next update.
Healthy Weston: an easy read
Download an easy read guide to health and care services in the Weston area.
Healthy Weston - what's it about?
Healthy Weston is North Somerset CCG’s vision for joining up services for better care in Weston-super-Mare, Worle and surrounding areas. This includes the future for services at Weston General Hospital. Published in October 2017, the Healthy Weston vision was developed by talking and listening to staff, stakeholders, patients, carers and the public about providing the best possible health and care services suitable for people’s needs, now and in the future.
This work involves looking closely at how services are organised and delivered, how services could work together to provide better joined-up care for patients, and how some services could be delivered differently in the future – something we’re keeping an open mind about. Our ideas are outlined in this summary of the Healthy Weston vision, which is also available to download in our easy-to-read format.
The services we’re looking at include those provided by GP practices, community healthcare services, mental health, the voluntary sector, social care as well as services provided at Weston General Hospital and neighbouring hospitals. We think we already have all the right services available in our area but we could make them work better together to deliver the best, more effective and efficient care for local people.
We’d like you to help us make the right decisions, by looking at the options available to us and identifying the choices we need to make so that local people continue to receive high quality, sustainable services for the future.