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Broadoak students win Sharp Shotz 2016

Supporting young people in North Somerset is important to us at NSCP, that’s why each year we team up with Sharp Shotz to create opportunities. Each year Ideal, the company behind Sharp Shotz, launches a competition in collaboration with the BBC and University West of England students. It aims to: Enable young people to reach their full potential Breakdown the barriers to learning and work opportunities that

Our Quality Account: A reflection of the last 12 months at NSCP

Each year at NSCP we have to produce a Quality Account to reflect our developments and progress of the last 12 months. It also in brief, tells people what we plan to achieve over the coming year. We’re pleased to report that 2015/16 was another successful year and we continue to put quality and safety at the heart of everything we do. The account provides evidence

Celebrating one year of our Nailsea District Leg Club

As a social enterprise working closely with local communities to develop services is important to us. Today marks one year since the launch of our Nailsea District Leg Club which provides community based treatment, advice and support for people of all ages with leg-related problems. Leg Clubs are based on the award-winning healthcare model founded by former district nurse Ellie Lindsay OBE, where nursing staff and

Health Information Week

An annual campaign to raise awareness about health information available to everyone in the UK is taking place this week. Health Information Week aims to improve access to quality local information and promote healthier communities. A host of displays about where to find the best information for a range of health issues have been set up for this week's information campaign. NHS staff, voluntary staff and local authorities are

Update on temporary closure of inpatients at Clevedon Community Hospital

In March our inpatient facility at Clevedon Community Hospital (CCH) temporarily closed its doors to allow for essential maintenance and refurbishment works to take place. Patients were relocated to alternative hospital accommodation or safely discharged home with the support of our Discharge2Assess team. Patients who would previously have been cared for at CCH are being assessed to receive care in their usual place of residence.

Winstons Wish talk childhood bereavement

Ensuring our staff are trained to understand the needs of patients, their families and carers is fundamental to our ethos. We endeavour to make sure we give the best possible service to those who need our care. This week, around 20 of our staff and representatives from partner organisations including Weston Hospice Care took part in a session delivered by Winston’s Wish entitled 'Life limiting

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