Jump in coronavirus cases means North Somerset has highest amount per 100,000 people in South West
People are being warned to be more vigilant with 53 coronavirus cases reported in the last week in North Somerset. This means it has the highest number of cases per 100,000 people in the South West of 25. The national average is 15.
10 September 2020
Lee left in pain after long wait for hernia op which was cancelled due to Covid-19
Communication needs to improve for patients as Lee, of Portishead, was kept waiting for months with a painful hernia. He had no idea if he was on a waiting list for an operation after #Covid-19 struck.
27 August 2020
Latest Enter and View report: Horizon Health Centre
We visited Horizon Health Centre, Weston, earlier this year to observe the practice on a working day and gather feedback from patients. We heard about difficulties getting appointments and have made recommendations to help patients.
15 July 2020
Our latest Enter and View for Graham Road Surgery
We visited Graham Road surgery, Weston, earlier this year to observe the practice in action and talk to patients about their experiences of seeing a GP and further care or treatment. Read what we found and our recommendations for improvements.
14 July 2020
Action needed after review shows BAME adversely affected by pandemic
Large scale research and data collection is needed to tackle “humbling inequalities" in Covid-19 death rates, according to the new Public Health England report. We want our feedback to build an understanding of health experiences of BAME groups.
16 June 2020