Bristol patients are being helped to return home sooner following an inpatient stay, thanks to an innovative new service being launched by Bristol City Council and local NHS commissioners and service providers.
Clifton Village Practice closed on Friday 16 October 2015.
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.
A new survey has revealed that nearly a third of people in Bristol (28%) would feel uncomfortable asking someone close to them about their mental health problem.
Local NHS patients will continue to have access to a wide choice of high-quality services for planned surgery such as hip operations, thanks to arrangements agreed by the region’s clinical commissioning groups (CCGs).
Twenty-eight GP Practices will take part in a new pilot aimed at delivering significant and sustainable improvements in the management and treatment of diabetes.
NHS England is undertaking a national review of Personal Medical Services (PMS) contracts which will affect most GP practices in Bristol.
We have launched a pioneering new online tool to help local NHS patients choose where to receive planned hospital care. The app bring together key hospital waiting time and performance data from a range of sources.
Statement regarding the petition received about the Children's Community Health Partnership.
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.