Recent NHS England figures show an increase in NHS 111 calls across the South West in May.
Thousands of people in North Somerset have contacted the NHS 111 service to report coronavirus symptoms since March, new figures show.
The Government’s system went live on May 28, with a North Somerset resident in charge of the operation.
North Somerset’s coastline will shine blue to honour the NHS
A street in Bleadon has been serenaded over the past few weeks, every Thursday night as part of their Clap for Carers event.
Ashcombe Primary School students sent the cards to the BRI.
You can #BraveTheShave from home and raise money for the NHS.
A family-run convenient store and chip shop have provided their customers with free deliveries on their shops and meals for NHS workers.
Currently stock levels are described as ‘good’, however, regular donors are needed to maintain them during the coronavirus pandemic.
Men and women are living healthier lives for longer than across other parts of the UK, new figures have revealed.
People in North Somerset diagnosed with lung cancer have a better survival rate than anywhere else in England.
Thousands of people faced waiting more than three months for NHS psychological care in North Somerset and the surrounding area.
Runners will descend on Weston’s seafront to take on a gruelling half marathon this weekend, 12 months after it was initially scheduled.
A tooth decay ‘crisis’ has seen nearly twice as many children in North Somerset have their teeth extracted compared to the national average.
Readers have weighed in on plans which could see two Weston GP surgeries merged,
The number of people in North Somerset admitted to hospital due to alcohol-related conditions has risen by 30 per cent in the past 10 years.
A generous donation will enable a Weston charity to pay for pioneering therapy for its patients.
North Somerset’s community health services are to be strengthened, leaders have announced.
Comedian and journalist Mark Thomas will bring his stand-up comedy tour to Bristol.
Care outside of hospital has been deemed a priority by health bosses in North Somerset.
An off-duty ambulance manager saved a woman’s life after she suffered a heart attack while eating at a Hungry Horse near Weston.
Hospital admissions in North Somerset for patients suffering from drug overdoses have risen by almost 50 per cent in the last three years.
A ‘shocking’ number of lower limb amputations have been carried out on diabetes patients in North Somerset over the past three years.
A mental health trust, which looks after the Long Fox Unit in Weston, has been told to make further improvements by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).