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Local services in development
Local healthcare is changing. We're committed to ensuring that the NHS services we provide are delivered in modern facilities and, wherever possible, closer to where people live.
In South Gloucestershire, we're developing new services in Kingswood, Frenchay and Thornbury to provide a wider range of healthcare so that people don't have to travel long distances to acute hospitals.
To find out more about the new facilities and services in these local areas go to:
Licensed fertility (assisted conception) services for NHS patients
Our current service provider, North Bristol NHS Trust has announced it will stop providing these services from 30 November 2017.
Integrated urgent care (NHS 111 and GP out of hours) recommissioning
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Groups are currently recommissioning an integrated urgent care service.
Better Care South Gloucestershire
We’re working with South Gloucestershire Council and other members of the South Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing Board on a new approach that aims to meet the needs of our ageing population, by transforming the way that health and care services work together.
Rehabilitation, reablement and recovery
We are working with GPs, hospital clinicians, patients, carers and local people to improve rehabilitation, reablement and recovery services.
Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT)
We are trialling a new approach to Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) with GP practices in South Gloucestershire to ensure that patients receive a faster, more in-depth diagnosis to enable them to be treated and recover more quickly.