This is a an exciting opportunity working for BrisDoc exclusively within One25, a Bristol-based charity, specialising in enabling women to...
Part Time Operational Vacancies To Work In Integrated Urgent Care Service – Bristol As a growing healthcare provider in the...
How to join BrisDoc as a salaried GP When joining BrisDoc as a GP, there are two options as shown...
BrisDoc are entering this year into a Dragon Boat race. With all money going into caring within Bristol. Caring in...
This year Chris Dykes has been training again to run a ridiculous 46 miles on 3rd March. Chris plans to manage the distance within 12 hours. Please help Chris support St Peter’s Hospice who provide specialist palliative care within the community across Bristol.
On the 6th February team members at BrisDoc's Head Office took part in "Go Orange Day", an event aimed to raise money and awareness of Muscular Dystrophy UK. This charity supports the 70,000 people living with muscle-wasting conditions in the UK.
Thank you to everyone who helped make this year's Rucksacks for the homeless project such a fantastic success. In total we managed to fill 50 rucksacks, each containing a set of thermal gloves, scarf, hat and socks, clean underwear and a clean set of clothes, a full set of toiletries and a wind-up torch.
Your local pharmacist (chemist) is your healthcare expert on the high street.
They provide confidential, expert advice and treatment for a range of common conditions and will be able to help you decide if you need to see a GP or other health service.
This month saw the grand opening of two newly upgraded family rooms in the stroke ward at the Bristol Royal Infirmary. The much-needed re-vamp was funded by BrisDoc’s Community Fund in memory of Julie Bridges who sadly passed away in January 2016 after suffering a stroke.
This month we were very honoured to receive a letter from the Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, congratulating us on the fantastic work being done at the Homeless Health Service as well as our recent ‘Outstanding’ CQC inspection.
Marvin Rees, the Mayor of Bristol, kindly attended a talk this month on alcohol addiction from Dr Clare Fleming (GP at BrisDoc’s Homeless Health Service) to give his personal thanks to Clare who is sadly retiring from the service after giving 10 years of dedicated, selfless service to some of the most deprived and needy people in Bristol.
The Care Quality Commission visited our Homeless Health Service on the 5th and 6th June 2017 and awarded us OUTSTANDING!
Throughout the past year Robyn White has been fundraising for a charity called Dig Deep that provides clean water and sanitation for communities in Africa by asking people to sponsor her climb of Mount Kenya.
BrisDoc’s Head of Out of Hours Nursing Frank Burge has been awarded the title of Queen’s Nurse.
The title of Queen's Nurse can be awarded to an experienced Nurse who is committed to high standards of practice and patient-centered care. The Queen’s Nurse Institute supports innovation and best practice, in order to improve care for patients. They believe that one way to do this is to bring together community nurses who share common values with a shared title.
Over the past 2 years, the BrisDoc Community Fund has been funding an ambitious project to build a brand new primary care health centre in Kampala, one of the poorest, most neglected and under resourced areas of Uganda.
After a slow start, the project has sprung into life making some fantastic progress over the past 12 months. With that in mind it was high time for a visit to see for ourselves the amazing work being carried out.
Dr Ray Montague (BrisDoc Chairman) and Dr Mike Taylor (Lead GP from BrisDoc’s Homeless Health Service and Chairman of the BrisDoc Community Fund) made a week-long visit to Kampala. What follows is a fascinating diary account of their time at the Wellsprings project.
Once again, a survey was undertaken by Audit South West for Urgent Health UK (UHUK), the Out of Hours member organisation, with staff from all organisation members encouraged to take part. Across 14 questions the survey sought the views of staff about BrisDoc’s culture with respect to patient safety.
From 4 July 2017, the A&E unit at Weston General Hospital will be temporarily closed overnight between 10pm and 8am. During these times, emergency ambulances will automatically be diverted to a neighbouring A&E unit. You will still be seen in A&E during the day and the main hospital remains open as usual.
we managed to raise a grand total of £4,984.42 (including a generous £500 donation from the BrisDoc community fund). All money will be donated to SARSAS, a charity who run a helpline for survivors of rape and sexual abuse.
So far, a total of £235,000 has been invested in the Community Fund since 2014 with even more being raised by the fundraising efforts of BrisDoc. we are investing in a new health facility in Uganda with a charity called “Wellspring"
And the new building – two floors and more space to serve the community.
Aiming to collectively walk 5 million steps is a great challenge to boost your health and wellbeing. However, many of the staff at Northville Family Practice were finding this hard to achieve being based in a converted house on a busy main road where there was little opportunity to build up the number of steps in a confined space.
Thank you to everyone who donated money towards the BrisDoc Sleep out campaign. We managed to raise a fantastic total of £6096.76 with the help of a very generous £3,000 donation from the BrisDoc Community Fund. Below is a short account of how the night went by Andy Morrison (BrisDoc Marketing, Communications & IT).
Broadmead was delighted to welcome its first ever Junior Doctor in training, Dr Sarah Schimansky an F2 Doctor, in late December 2016
A number of BrisDoc employees will be swapping the comforts of their own beds to spend one night sleeping on the streets help raise money in aid of Crisis Centre Ministries and highlight the challenges faced by homeless people out on the streets every single day.
Please Donate Now >>>>
The Wellspring Community Project is a charity that was set up to help develop essential local services and so far it has built schools, various micro-finance projects, a church, as well as a primary care facility which over time has become too small to cope with the demand of the fast growing population, and needed to be re-built.
We have received feedback from over two thirds of all our employees, helping us to analyse and assess the quality and success of our service.