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Come to MIU for injuries that are not life threatening

This is a reminder to use NSCP Minor Injuries Unit at North Somerset Clevedon Hospital.  It is open 8am to 8:30pm seven days a week and offers fast, local treatment of minor injuries.  Waiting times are much shorter than A&E, on average we can see and treat most people in under an hour and sometimes within minutes.  Advice can also be given over the

Christmas 2019 and New Year 2020 Pharmacy opening times

Make sure you’re prepared for changes to opening times by:   Booking routine appointments well in advance. Ordering and collecting repeat prescriptions while your GP practice and pharmacy are open.   Click here for the Pharmacy Opening Times

Public urged to act fast to avoid festive flu

News release from NHS England England’s top doctors have urged people to protect themselves and their families from flu over the coming week amid warnings that new cases may peak over the busy Christmas period. While more people over the age of 65 have got their flu jab than this time last year - the call to action from Professor Stephen Powis, the NHS national medical

Telephone number update for Community Team for People with Learning Disabilities

From today (Monday 16 December 2019) there are some changes to the telephone contact details for our Community Team for People with Learning Disabilities. The existing telephone number 01934 427600 is now designated for social care and duty calls only. A new telephone number, 01275 546888, has been created for health. If you have any questions about this change please call the team or email nscp.ctpld@nhs.net  

Bristol Bears rugby star shows flu the red card

North Somerset Community Hospital staff were delighted to be visited by a member of professional rugby union team Bristol Bears this week. Lewis Thiede, tighthead prop with Bristol Bears First Team Squad, visited the hospital’s Minor Injury Unit in support of NSCP’s rugby-themed staff flu vaccination campaign. NSCP staff were invited to take a ‘seFLUie’ selfie with Lewis after their flu jab and had a chance

Patients urged to use NHS services wisely following surge in demand

Health leaders in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) are urging patients to use the right NHS service for their needs, following high levels of demand in local emergency and urgent care services. Health and care organisations are operating at their highest escalation levels, OPEL4, and the NHS and local authorities are working together to manage demand and ensure patients continue to receive safe

Celebrating nine years of NSCP

The remarkable and inspirational achievements of NSCP staff were celebrated at an event in Weston-super-Mare on Friday 11 October. The Annual Awards celebrate the very best of the NSCP workforce and this year’s event was particularly prestigious as the Company’s final celebration. The event, held at The Winter Gardens, was NSCP’s eighth and final awards ceremony. Staff joined together to celebrate the many achievements of individuals

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