An update from Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) regarding the Community Children's Health Partnership (CCHP) interim contract.
North Bristol Trust (NBT) have notified us that they will cease provision of the Community Children’sHealth Partnership (CCHP) contract
Women aged 70 and above in Bristol are being advised to contact their GP if they notice any changes to their breasts as it could be a sign of breast cancer.
Bristol CCG was notified by North Bristol Trust in May 2015 that it will cease provision of the Children’s Community Health Partnership contract in March 2016.
Jacalyn Mathers, Designated Nurse for Safeguarding Children, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s birthday honours list.
A short Bristol CCG statement regarding homeopathic therapy services following recent questions.
We are launching a new cancer survivorship pathway to ensure people’s needs are assessed holistically and they are offered person-centred solutions and support.
A new Dementia Wellbeing Service to support the estimated 4,500 people living with the condition in Bristol launches from Monday 8 June.
New mental health rehabilitation service launches in Bristol.
Bristol CCG receive Protect Our NHS petition.
The Bristol Health and Wellbeing Board, which includes Bristol CCG's Clinical Chair, has signed up to St Mungo’s Broadway’s Homeless Health Charter.
New campaign launches to raise awareness of the dangers of secondhand smoke to children ahead of ban on smoking in cars carrying under 18s in England
Bristol CCG in partnership with South Gloucestershire CCG and health and social care partners, have welcomed today’s Care Quality Commission report.
Healthcare professionals will be meeting on Wednesday 21st January to launch a network to improve diabetes care in Bristol.
Bristol Community Rose Clinic has won the Primary Care and Community Service Redesign category at the HSJ Awards 2014
Information about Bristol CCG's dementia services.
A national conference on female genital mutilation (FGM) shared the successful Bristol Model with professionals working in the FGM field.
NHS England praises Bristol CCG's progress
Bristol CCG attends Girls Summit to end FGM
Healthwatch England launches enquiry into what happens to discharged patients