Tag Archives: wound care

Healing together: South Bristol Community Clinic

Published on Fri 8th September by Max Hickling

Living with a leg wound which won’t heal can have a big impact on both physical and mental health. But a pioneering new drop-in at South Bristol Community Clinic is dedicated to getting patients back on their feet again. Community Health News reports. It was about a year ago that Pat first noticed the tender […]

Looking after your wound at home

Published on Sat 27th August by Amyholgate

Doing some gardening this summer? Or maybe going cycling? Getting out and about in the summer is great for your health, but make sure you know what to do if you have an accident. Our tissue viability nurse, Sue Murphy, gives some tips on how to look after your wound – and when to get […]

Summer edition of Community Health News: Out Now!

Published on Tue 19th July by Emily Cope

The Summer 2016 version of Bristol Community Health’s newspaper, Community Health News, has now been published and distributed to local GP surgeries, health centres and libraries across the city. If you haven’t been lucky enough to pick up a copy, you can download it from our website. Simply click here. Community Health News is packed […]

Wound Care

Published on Tue 10th February by Nadia Tavana

What is the Wound Care Service? The Bristol Community Health Wound Care Service supports patients with non-healing or slow to heal wounds. Our specialist nurses support Bristol communities, and healthcare staff, with any type of wound that requires advanced medical attention, including trauma wounds, surgical wounds, leg ulcers and pressure ulcers. Our team also runs […]