University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust has been appointed to manage sexual health services across South Gloucestershire and the surrounding region.
Local NHS organisations have developed a Sustainability and Transformation (STP) plan setting out a shared vision for the population's healthcare over the next five years.
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.
More patients to receive care at home, not in hospital thanks to family care scheme award
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.
The South Gloucestershire Community Connectors at Frome Valley Medical Centre in Frampton Cotterell has officially launched.
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.
A pioneering new service launched in South Gloucestershire is helping people with dementia to get the care they need.
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.
Mental health, police and emergency services in Avon and Somerset have joined forces to ensure that those with mental health problems get the care they need in Bristol, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire, Somerset and Bath and North East Somerset.
South Gloucestershire residents are being invited to join their local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) at its annual general meeting later this month.
NHS leaders in South Gloucestershire are reminding residents of their options for local NHS care.
A new partnership of healthcare providers has been selected as the preferred bidder to deliver community health services for children and young people in South Gloucestershire, Bristol and North Somerset.
The CCG has been recognised for the quality of its management in a set of national awards.
South Gloucestershire CCG is supporting Diabetes Week 2016 and its aim of setting the record straight about the impact of the condition.