Health leaders are urging people to use A&E for serious and life-threatening emergencies only, following a post-Christmas surge in numbers seeking emergency care across South Gloucestershire.
We are urging parents of young children to be aware of the key symptoms of sepsis as part of a new campaign launched by Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt.
Doctors in South Gloucestershire are reminding patients to pick up repeat prescriptions before GP practices and pharmacies close for the holidays.
A £34.6 million contract has been agreed to deliver community health services for children and young people in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.
As part of Antibiotics Awareness Week (14-20 November) local NHS health leaders across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire are urging parents to become Antibiotic Guardians
In many cases, people will receive exactly the same treatment or advice in a fraction of the time if they go to a pharmacy instead of A&E.
NHS patients in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire are being urged to get the ‘Right Care, First Time’ as part of a new information campaign.
Did you know it is estimated that medicines waste in South Gloucestershire costs around £1.5 million per year?
Local residents who are at greater risk from the effects of flu are being urged to take up their free vaccination without delay.
October is Lupus Awareness Month and an important opportunity to raise awareness of the disease and improve our understanding of the impact Lupus can have.
Smokers across the South West are being urged to take part in Stoptober – the mass quitting challenge from Public Health England starting on 1 October.
People in South Gloucestershire are being reminded of the importance of looking after their eyes as part of a national campaign.
Setting aside some time this Organ Donation Week (5-11 September) to join the NHS Organ Donor Register could help save someone facing death while waiting for a transplant.
NHS leaders in South Gloucestershire are reminding residents of their options for local NHS care.
Residents are being urged to use local NHS services wisely to get the most appropriate care for their needs.
Public Health England today (March 7) launches ‘One You’, an unprecedented new health campaign which aims to help adults combat future disease by encouraging them to make small changes to their lifestyle today.
Smokers urged to quit in 2016 to avoid lung disease.
Contact your GP if you see any blood in your urine as it could be a sign of bladder or kidney cancer.
Women aged 70 and above in South Gloucestershire are being advised to contact their GP if they notice any changes to their breasts as it could be a sign of breast cancer.
We’re working closely with South Gloucestershire Council, Alzheimer’s Society and South Gloucestershire’s hospital trusts to help people live well with dementia.