The Team at One25 - a charity that support women trapped in street sex work, have sent us a lovely video message thanking BrisDoc and the Homeless Health Service along with Avon & Somerset Police who have partnered to provide an in-house Prescribing Nurse to care for the many women who attend their service.
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This month we were very pleased to receive a fantastic video message from the team in Kamparla, Uganda thanking the BrisDoc Community Fund for all the support provided over the past 4 years.
In July this year we received the sad news that local commissioners had made the decision not to reprocure the contracts for Bishopston Medical Practice and Northville Family Practice meaning that both GP Practices will close their doors when the BrisDoc temporary contracts end on 30th September 2019.
Flu vaccination is available every year on the NHS to help protect adults and children at risk of flu and its complications.
This years BrisDoc Dog show was a great success with 13 dogs and about 30 of their human friends came along.
The NHS is one of Britain’s greatest achievements but a lot has changed since it was created in 1948. Health and care leaders have come together to develop a Long Term Plan to make the NHS fit for the future, and to get the most value for patients out of every pound of taxpayers’ investment.
Members of the BrisDoc Acute GP Team participated in various events last month to raise money for the British Heart Foundation. The team were raising money in memory of an esteemed colleague Dr David Farrar who sadly passed away last year from myocarditis. The Team have managed to raise over £500 so far and there is still time to make a last minute donation via the teams JustGiving page.
Team Belinda, made up of Danielle Townsend, Liz Turner, Jess Turner and Phil Clarke all successfully completed the Bristol Half Marathon yesterday in memory of Belinda Clarke who passed away in February this year after sadly losing her battle to cancer. The team would like to share a HUGE THANK YOU for all the donations and words of encouragement.
Stoptober is back for its eighth year to help smokers break the habit of a lifetime. Trying to quit smoking can be one of the hardest things to do, but with the right amount of support and advice, you can do it!
Congratulations to Charlotte Keel's Lead Nurse, Liz Turner who has been nominated for an award in the General Practice Awards 2019.