CCG Newsletters

Date: 1 May 2014

Category: Newsletters

We publish a quarterly e-newsletter with news about the local health service information about forthcoming events. Large print versions can be emailed out on request. Our most recent newsletters are listed below.

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Summer 2017 Newsletter

  • NHS award for Local health teams
  • Welcome to Julia Ross
  • Dr Wint shortlisted for prestigious national award
  • Special report: Achievements in 2016/17
  • Positive results from the stakeholder survey
  • Safeguarding adults conference focuses on self-neglect
  • Schools and CAMHS partnership workshops
  • ...

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Spring 2017 newsletter

  • A&E attendances fall following GP minor injuries service launch
  • New chief officer for three CCGs
  • Commissioning priorities for 2017-2019
  • Hundreds of local people to get help to tackle rising diabetes levels
  • Barnardo’s to provide children’s engagement and participation
  • Off ...

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Winter 2016-2017 Newsletter

Winter 2016 Newsletter:

  • Services get set for winter
  • Annual General Meeting 2016
  • More patients to receive care at home
  • Like our Facebook page
  • South Gloucestershire diabetes prevention pilot
  • New community eye service provider
  • Stay connected with new community service
  • Children’s ...

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Spring/Summer 2016 Newsletter

  • Minor injuries service launches at local GP practices
  • '3Rs' update
  • New partnership to submit proposal for children's community health services
  • New dementia Guide to Services
  • Care boost for dementia patients
  • Personal Health Budgets and the Local Offer
  • More practices ...

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Winter 2016 Newsletter

  • 'Integrated care in practices': Wellbeing service is just what the doctor ordered
  • Better Care clusters take shape
  • Primary Care minor injuries service update
  • Improving access to psychological therapies pilot
  • Rehabilitation, reablement and recovery update
  • Personal Health Budget
  • Dementia Roadshow
  • ...

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Autumn 2016 newsletter

  • Dementia team set for September launch
  • New partnership for children’s community health service
  • Falls prevention service launch
  • 1,100 use GP-based minor injuries service
  • Assurance ratings update
  • Leadership award shortlisting
  • Funding award for wellbeing service
  • Recognition for memory assessment service
  • 2016 AGM
  • ...

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Autumn 2015 Newsletter

  • An invitation to comment on our commissioning priorities for 2016/17
  • Updates on our plans to enhance and improve local minor injuries services and rehabilitation services in South Gloucestershire
  • A report on the new ‘discharge to assess’ service at Southmead ...

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CCG newsletter Summer 2015

  • Have your say on minor injury service proposals
  • ‘3Rs’ programme reaches new milestone
  • Working together for Better Care
  • Annual Report and Prospectus now online
  • Improving Patient Experience Forum away day
  • Living well with dementia roadshows
  • Active Ageing service promotes ...

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Spring 2014 Newsletter

  • Sevice finder app launched
  • Urgent care and winter monies
  • Babies born at Cossham Hospital return to mark its first birthday – and theirs.
  • CCG Board Meetings
  • Cossham Hospital
  • Dementia awareness days
  • Southmead Hospital Update
  • Sirona Care & Health has ...

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Summer 2014 Newsletter

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Autumn 2013 Newsletter

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Winter 2014 Newsletter

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April 2013 Newsletter