Tag Archives: children

School-age flu vaccination: information for 2019

Published on Tue 16th July by Nicola Rodgers

Since September 2015, the children’s flu vaccine has been offered as a yearly nasal spray. It is free to eligible children. Bristol Community Health is responsible for delivering the vaccine to schools in Bristol. North Somerset Community Partnership and Sirona Care & Health provide vaccination for schools in North Somerset and South Gloucestershire, respectively. Find […]

Primary school children’s flu vaccinations 2018

Published on Mon 3rd September by Jenny.lamb

North Somerset Community Partnership (NSCP) has been awarded the contract to provide flu immunisations to school aged children across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. NSCP will be the lead provider supported by sub-contractors Bristol Community Heath and Sirona care & health. Since September 2015 the children’s flu vaccine has been offered as a yearly […]

Delivering children’s community healthcare near you

Published on Fri 1st April by Nadia Tavana

We’re delighted to be working alongside Sirona care & health (lead provider) and Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust (AWP) to deliver children’s community health across Bristol and South Gloucestershire from today (1 April). The service that has transferred to our organisations is called the Community Children’s Health Partnership (CCHP). Working with Barnardo’s, […]

The difference our Dermatology service makes – Aiden’s story

Published on Wed 16th December by Charlotte.titheridge

When Emma gave birth 12 days late to her son Aiden, she couldn’t have anticipated the struggles that her little boy would face in the first five months of his life. Our Dermatology Service met Aiden when he was 19 weeks old, and, in Emma’s words, the service “…made such a difference”. “Aiden had suffered from dry, […]