Plans to merge the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCGs have been given the go-ahead by NHS England.
Bristol aims to get people talking about issues that matter during this year's Mental Health Awareness Day.
The CCG’s GP members have voted overwhelmingly to support a proposal to merge the three CCGs from April next year.
GPs are calling on parents and carers of children with asthma to start using their inhalers before they go back to school.
A statement from Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Groups about the proposed merger of our organisations.
Health leaders in Bristol are urging people to plan ahead with some simple steps to stay happy and healthy over the long weekend.
Patients are being asked not to over order medicines ahead of their summer holidays this year.
We are inviting you to share your views on a number of opportunities we have identified to improve local services and increase efficiency.
A skin cancer survivor, along with health experts is urging men who work outside to slap on the suncream this summer.
Health experts are encouraging residents to plan ahead for possible heatwave conditions over the next few days.
Patients and the public are being invited to get involved in the recommissioning of assisted conception services for NHS patients in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
For this year’s Stop Adult Abuse Week (12 – 16 June), safeguarding adult boards from across the region are joining together to raise awareness about the types of abuse.
Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Bristol City Council are urging local people and businesses to pledge their support for Bristol’s 40,000 carers during Carers’ Week 2017, which runs from 12-18 June.
May 10 is World Lupus Day and an important opportunity to raise awareness of the disease and improve our understanding of its impact.
From 8 – 12 May Bristol will be marking Mental Health Awareness Week with Five Days of Wellbeing.
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCGs to work together to make the best use of resources
We have made a commitment to work collectively with North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCGs to improve health services and ensure value for money for the local area.
Improvements to ensure that people experiencing a mental health crisis get the right support they need faster.
Doctors are urging patients to get the right care, first time this Easter bank holiday, 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.
With only four weeks left until Easter, health leaders in Bristol are urging people to plan ahead with some simple steps to stay happy and healthy over the long bank holiday weekend.