NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) have made a commitment to work collectively to improve health services and ensure value for money for the local area.
Doctors are urging patients to get the right care, first time this Easter bank holiday weekend, to help relieve pressure on busy A&E services.
Over a third of 60 to 74-year-olds across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire are failing to attend their potentially life-saving bowel screening.
Have your say before the public engagement closes on 6 April 2017.
With only four weeks left until Easter, health leaders in North Somerset are urging people to plan ahead with some simple steps to stay happy and healthy over the long bank holiday weekend.
Update on building works at North Somerset Community Hospital Inpatients Unit
We are urging people who smoke to kick the habit as part of National No Smoking Day on Wednesday 8th March.
Local residents are being inviting to have their say on the future of services at Weston General Hospital at one of three public engagement events taking place in March (2017).
South Gloucestershire and North Somerset Clinical Commissioning Groups are seeking people’s views on gluten-free food prescribing.
Julia Ross has been appointed as the new Chief Officer for the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Groups (BNSSG CCGs).
Residents in North Somerset are invited to have their say on emerging ideas to build a strong future for Weston General Hospital.
The Met Office has issued a level 3 cold weather alert for our area over the coming days.
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) want to get people talking about mental health as part of national ‘Time to Talk Day’ on 2 February 2017.
A third of women in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) failed to attend their potentially life-saving cervical cancer screening in the last three and a half years.
We have seen some signs of improvement in the local health and social care system across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire and have reduced the formal operational pressures escalation level (OPEL) to level 3.
Health leaders are urging people to use A&E for serious and life-threatening emergencies only, following a post-Christmas surge in numbers seeking emergency care across North Somerset.
Hundreds of people at risk of Type 2 diabetes in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire will be offered tailored support to avoid the potentially life-threatening condition.
Contracts for patient transport services in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire have been awarded to E-Zec Medical Transport, and V Cars Streamline Black and White Taxis.
Health leaders are urging parents of young children to be aware of the key symptoms of sepsis as part of a new campaign launched by the Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt.
NSCP is calling on people across North Somerset to ‘Lend a Hand’ this winter and help older, vulnerable people in their communities.