Nurses and midwives from health and care providers in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire have been honoured with a Royal reception alongside His Majesty, King Charles as part of His Majesty’s birthday celebrations.
Eligible people have until 15 December to get protected this winter.
This Self Care Week (13-19 November), health leaders across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) are encouraging people to make their self-care a priority ahead of the cold winter months.
Over 160,000 local people heed the call to ‘Get Winter Strong’ against Covid-19 and flu.
Helping more people to manage their mental health through self-care, is one of the key priorities set out in the draft Mental Health Strategy prepared by health and care partners in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
On World Mental Health Day (Tuesday 10 October), local NHS organisations are backing a campaign that encourages people to find the ‘little big thing’ that can help lift their mood or ease their anxiety.
A local mental health strategy and progress made for a Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) Alliance were key areas of discussion at the most recent meeting of the Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) Board.
Healthcare professionals from Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire will find out tonight (21 September) if they have won a national award for an innovative service designed to support people with lung conditions.
The Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Integrated Care System has received funding for the second phase of the Research Engagement Network programme by NHS England.
Get ‘winter strong’ this year with flu and Covid-19 vaccines available from 11 September for those eligible.
With just GP practices closed over the summer bank holiday (26-28 August) and upcoming strike action from consultants (24-24 August) in the NHS, local people and visitors are being reminded about the healthcare options available to them.
Thousands more scans and investigations are to be offered to NHS patients in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire, under a groundbreaking agreement for increased diagnostic capacity to speed up treatment, reduce waiting lists and provide care closer to home.