The safety and welfare of our staff is our priority and recognising the challenging weather conditions we have made the following decisions.
CCG response following recent media reports
At its recent meeting, the Governing Body of the BNSSG Clinical Commissioning Groups decided to keep existing policies covering fertility treatment in place.
Plans to merge the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCGs have been given the go-ahead by NHS England.
The CCG’s GP members have voted overwhelmingly to support a proposal to merge the three CCGs from April next year.
A statement from Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Groups about the proposed merger of our organisations.
Julia Ross has been appointed as the new Chief Officer for the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Groups (BNSSG CCGs).
Solutions for redeveloping Bristol Mental Health’s (BMH) crisis line are currently being explored by staff, service users and representative groups to ensure people in mental health crisis get the support they need faster.
Statement regarding the changes to Bristol Mental Health's crisis line.
A new partnership of healthcare providers has been selected to submit a full proposal to deliver part of the community health services for children and young people in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset.
A report from an independent review of Operation Brooke, a major criminal investigation in to Child Sexual Exploitation in the Bristol region, has been published.
Health leaders in Bristol are urging residents to consider their healthcare needs in advance of Easter.
A recent survey of people in the Bristol area has found that very few people realise they can easily contact the out-of-hours GP for urgent health advice during evenings and weekends.
Local pharmacies are top of the list of places that people in Bristol would go for health advice during weekends or bank holidays.
Update on homeopathic treatments in Bristol.
Following completion of the preferred bidder phase, the interim contract for children’s community health services will be awarded to a partnership led by Sirona care and health CIC.
The enormous cost of wasting medicine will be highlighted by NHS Bristol Clinical Commissioning group (CCG) on 14 October during Bristol’s Healthy City Week (10 – 18 October) with an information stand at Bristol’s Heart Institute.
Announcement of preferred bidder for Community Children’s Health Partnership (CCHP) interim contract
Preferred bidder for the interim provision of Children’s Community Health Services in Bristol and South Gloucestershire has today been confirmed.
NHS England is undertaking a national review of Personal Medical Services (PMS) contracts which will affect most GP practices in Bristol.
Statement regarding the petition received about the Children's Community Health Partnership.