A&E departments in Bristol are really busy at the moment. If you are worried about an urgent health problem and you're not sure what to do call 111 or go online to 111.nhs.uk. It's free to call and you will speak to a trained health advisor who will direct you to the right care for your needs. Help us to help you by only going to A&E in a real emergency.
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24/7, wherever you are, this free app puts you in control - allowing you to book, view and cancel appointments at your GP surgery with ease.
The NHS is there to look after all of us, everyday. Free at the point of use for all who need it, but do you know how much it costs to run the National Health Service? Or how much it cost each time you use it?
18th - 24th November has been national Self Care Week and we have been asking the question, "Are You Self Care Aware?"
A HUGE well done to all our home bakers and shop bought fakers who filled tables full of delicious looking cakes across our services this month. And another Huge thank you to all who took part, played games, drank coffee/tea, ate cake and most importantly - donated money, all in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support's - World's BIGGEST coffee morning.
We would like to say a huge congratulations to our partners, Care UK who provide the NHS111 side of the SevernSide Integrated Urgent Care Service, who have recently been inspected & rated as 'Outstanding' by our regulators, the Care Quality Commission.
A HUGE congratulations to Broadmead Medical Centre who have been nominated and shortlisted in the final 3 in the Bristol & Bath Health and Care Awards in the category of GP Practice of the Year.
This month we celebrated, World Mental Health Day by introducing staff to a fantastic new set of online mental health resources from the NHS – Every Mind Matters: www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters/
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.
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.