Your views can help us to design the very best healthcare services for people in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire, and we welcome your involvement.
If you are interested in letting us have your thoughts, receiving information or taking part in various consultation events, please complete our short questionnaire.
Other ways you can get involved
Queries, comments or complaints
If you have a query, concern or compliment about the healthcare services you use, you're welcome to contact our Customer Services Team.
Join our mailing list
Join our mailing list to receive our e-Bulletin with all the latest news from Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) including up-and-coming consultations, questionnaires and local events.
Follow us on social media
Follow us on social media for up-to-date news of public consultations and ways of getting involved:
Attend a Governing Body meeting
You're welcome to attend and ask questions at our Governing Body meetings.
Join the consumer and patient champion for local health and social care, Healthwatch, to ensure your voice is heard. Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire each have a local Healthwatch. You can visit their websites to find out more at:
People in Health West of England
People in Health West of England is an initiative promoting innovative and effective public involvement in research and evidence-based service improvement.
People in Health West of England promotes public involvement amongst professionals and members of the public through involvement opportunities, training, events and news.
Share your story with INVOLVE
INVOLVE are funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to support active public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research. It is one of the few government funded programmes of its kind in the world.
Find out how you can get involved in health research.
Watch the animation "This is my story" from Tom Grew, a representative for teenagers and young adults with cancer, about how he got involved with patient participation and research.
Tom joined the INVOLVE advisory group as somebody who had experienced ill health at a young age and then got involved in health research as a result.
The Healthier Together Panel
The Healthier Together Panel is a new initiative that will help us gather insights from a representative sample of the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire population.
Insights from the Healthier Together Panel will be used to shape and influence our plans for the future of health and care. This is in addition to other established engagement and involvement activities that take place across our partner organisations.
We will publish the results of all surveys as they become available.
How do we recruit to the Healthier Together Panel?
Jungle Green is a Bristol-based market research agency that is working on behalf of Healthier Together and us to support the Healthier Together Panel.
Jungle Green invite people to join the Panel using a range of methods including face-to-face recruitment in local shopping centres and high streets.
How do we make decisions about health services?
Our commissioning plans and priorities are informed by our work with local councils and other local and national organisations through our local Health and Wellbeing Boards.
The boards are responsible for producing a Health and Wellbeing Strategy, which sets out priorities for health and social care across our areas.
The strategy addresses demographic, health and social care trends and inequalities identified by means of the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment.
Guidance on submitting petitions to Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG
Petitions concerning the activities of Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG should be submitted for the attention of:
The Clinical Chair
NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG
There is no provision for petitions to be accepted by the Clinical Chair in person and all photographic or other media opportunities associated with the submission of a petition may be politely declined by the CCG.
Any petitions received as part of a formal public consultation will be formally recorded and analysed as part of the response to that formal consultation.
Any petition submitted to the CCG will be formally acknowledged and recorded as received at the next appropriate Governing Body meeting and an acknowledgement of receipt will be placed on our website.