Tag Archives: healthlinks

Salma’s story: wellbeing and me

Published on Thu 18th July by Amyholgate

If I don’t stand up for myself, no one will” Feeling low after being diagnosed with a number of health conditions, Salma took control of her health – and ended up feeling happier, too. “It was embarrassing at first,” says Salma, remembering the first time she started work on her Eastville allotment. “We Muslim ladies […]

Health Links interpreting service raises awareness about TB

Published on Thu 14th March by Amyholgate

Dedicated to raising awareness about TB in the community, our specialist nurses were out and about in Easton in February. Our Health Links interpreters were on hand to help too. Health Links offers interpreting for people accessing healthcare. Find out more here, or get in touch on 0117 902 7115 or healthlinks@nhs.net  

Migrant Health

Published on Thu 28th January by Emily Cope

What is Migrant Health? Bristol is an extremely diverse city, with residents from over 50 countries of origin and 91 languages spoken. With so many different local communities, it’s really important that everyone who lives in Bristol has equal access to healthcare – regardless of the language they speak, their culture, nationality, religion or belief. […]

Health Links

Published on Tue 10th February by Georgina Pearson

What is this service? Our Health Links service aims to improve access to healthcare for adults and children whose first language is not English. We provide an interpreting, language support and advocacy service in Bristol and the surrounding area. Our service aims to help overcome cultural and language barriers in healthcare and improve health and […]