2020 – 2021 Our Year in Review

At Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (BNSSG CCG), we are committed to delivering the best possible healthcare, with our partners, for people who live in our area.

We received over 80 submissions for projects, programmes and services to be included in our highlights and you can see a selection in Our Year in Review video.

For more details on what we did and the difference made in 2020/2021, please read our Annual Report.

Working with our partners

Integrated care partnerships (ICPs) are formal partnerships of provider organisations working together to deliver health and care by collaborating rather than competing. They include hospitals, community services, councils, mental health services and GP services. Social care and voluntary sector providers may also be involved.

Hear from the new ICP in South Bristol about how they intend to work together to change the way we deliver mental health services in the community.

For more information visit the Integrated Care Partnerships (ICPs) page on the Healthier Together website.

Working with you

Find out how we used data, health and care records from across our hospitals, GP, local authorities, and mental health providers – known as population health management - to plan hospital beds for people with Coronavirus, a safe and effective service for those with Coronavirus who could stay at home, and to support the roll-out of the vaccination programme.

Read more about our approach to Population Health Management.

Have your say

Knowing what local people think about health and care issues is really important to us, and we are always looking at new and different ways of working with people in our area.

During the course of 2020/21 we received over 14,000 pieces of feedback through our Citizens’ Panel, public involvement, engagement and participation activity. In addition, our Governing Body meetings are also open to the public and can be viewed online as part of our commitment to transparency.

We will continue to work closely with our voluntary, community and faith sector partners as well as members of the public, to listen to what matters most.

We believe our best services are those that are co-designed with our population and we’d like to thank everyone who has been involved in helping influence our work this year.

Find out how you can share your experiences, views and get involved.