Our Active Ageing Service works with you and your GP to identify any health and social care needs which may be helpful to you.
Avon Down House provides extra care sheltered housing for older people, who have some care needs, with an assured tenancy in a self-contained flat in a purpose-built or adapted scheme.
After a stay in hospital, our team will work with you and your family/carers so you can return home from hospital as soon as you are safe to do so.
Charlton House residential care home provides care & health services in a safe environment for older vulnerable adults with a variety of disabilities.
Community child health and child and adolescent mental health services in South Gloucestershire and Bristol including health visitors, school health nurses and children's therapists.
Cleeve Court residential care home provides care & health services in a safe environment for older vulnerable adults with a variety of disabilities.
Our Clinical/Spinal Assessment & Treatment Service (CATS and SATS) are managed by specialist physiotherapists and GPs with a specialist interest in musculoskeletal medicine.
Combe Lea residential care home provides care & health services in a safe environment for older vulnerable adults with a variety of disabilities.
We provide a 24 hour nursing service for adults who are housebound
A team of Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Nurses and Support Workers who provide short term intensive programmes of rehabilitation to either prevent hospital admission or support to leave hospital
Our Clinical Pharmacists carry out medication reviews in the home and work closely with GP's and other health professionals to help people get the most out of their medication and address any concerns.
Our continence outpatient and advisory service works with those with bladder or bowel problems to cure or improve the condition.
The Dementia Advisor Service supports adults of all ages with symptoms of mild to moderate dementia who have already received a diagnosis of dementia. Support is also provided to carers.
Our community dermatology service aims is to enable you to self-manage your condition effectively through intensive support and education over a short time period both in the clinic and, if appropriate, at home.
We provide a Diabetes Specialist Nurse Service to improve diabetes self-management
Our District Nurses provide nursing care to housebound adults, enabling them to maintain independence. We care for patients with a wide range of health problems, including wound care, acute illnesses, complex or long term health problems and end-of-life care.
Our Emergency Care Practitioners undertake urgent care home visits at the request of GPs as part of the adult community services multidisciplinary team.
Our End of Life Co-ordination Centre provides a single point for health and social care professionals to access urgent care and support for people who are in the last few weeks or days of life.
Our Falls and Balance Service provides advice, management and treatment for people who have balance problems or who have had a fall.
Our Family Nurse Partnership is an intensive home visiting programme offered to young mums who are under 20 years old and having their first child.
Our Frailty Service supports those living with frailty to achieve prolonged quality of life, improved functional capability and independence,
Greenacres Court provides extra care sheltered housing for older people, who have some care needs, with an assured tenancy in a self-contained flat in a purpose-built or adapted scheme.
Hawthorn Court provides extra care sheltered housing for older people, who have some care needs, with an assured tenancy in a self-contained flat in a purpose-built or adapted scheme.
The health visiting service in South Gloucestershire is made up of health visitors and nursery nurses who work in the community with children and families from the antenatal period until they go to school. The service offers support for all parents of all children (from pregnancy to age 5), whatever their circumstances.
Our Infection Prevention and Control (IP&C) Nurse specialist gives advice on the prevention and control of health care associated infections to Sirona staff and to the people who use our services.
We are specialist professional staff supporting service users with learning difficulties.
We offer a nursing and psychology service for children with life threatening and life limiting conditions, which are non-malignant.
Support for cancer survivors in South Gloucestershire from the Bristol and South Gloucestershire wide Macmillan Cancer Rehabilitation and Support Team
Our Minor Injuries Service offers treatment for adults, children and young people for a wide range of minor injuries.
Our Physiotherapy Out-patients Service provides holistic assessment and treatment for a range of painful joint, muscle and nerve problems
Our Short Intensive Night Sitting Service (SINSS) is an emergency service which provides support to vulnerable people in their own homes, who are at risk of hospital admission.
Our specialist teams of dietitians provide a community based Nutrition and Dietetics service. We work in the community and in hospitals to help people make dietary changes to prevent and treat nutrition related diseases.
Nursing care is provided around the clock by the our of hours team working with the district nurse team.
Our Parkinson's Nurse Specialist has specialist training, knowledge and skills in Parkinson’s related conditions. We work closely with GPs, Consultants and other health professionals and aim to improve the quality of lives for people with Parkinson's and their carers.
Our Community Respiratory Specialist Team provides specialist assessment, care and support for individuals with a Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)diagnosis
Our School Nursing Service is available to all children and young people living, or at school/college within the Bristol and South Gloucestershire local authority area, as a first point of contact for advice and signposting
Our 30 bedded Unit provides intensive rehabilitation for people who are unable to safely return directly home following a hospital stay due to on-going rehabilitation and care needs.
St John's Court provides extra care sheltered housing for older people, who have some care needs, with an assured tenancy in a self-contained flat in a purpose-built or adapted scheme.
Following a stay in hospital, a period of rehabilitation and reablement may be needed in one of our step down beds to make sure you are safe to go home
Telecare helps people who wish to stay independent and in their own home, but who need reassurance that help is always at hand. Assistive technology plays a pivotal role in supporting older people and those with long term conditions to live independently.
Please contact the relevant clinic/service as soon as possible – you’ll find the phone number on your letter, or on the relevant service web page.
We work in partnership with Bristol Community Health and Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust to provide the community child health and child and adolescent mental health services for Bristol and South Gloucestershire – for information about all our children’s services please visit the website