Highlights

Our 2020-21 highlights

From attracting significant research funding to the city region to providing patients and the public the opportunity to have a say in the design of health and care services, our partnership and our Health Integration Teams can look back on a challenging year with pride at what has been achieved.

See our 2020-21 highlights


Our COVID-19 response

From reviewing the impact of service changes on service users and healthcare providers, to connecting patient support groups via video technology, our partnership and our Health Integration Teams stepped up to respond to COVID-19.

Read about our COVID-19 response


HIT research and services funding in 2020-21

Bristol Health Partners Health Integration Teams (HITs) attracted more than £2.4 million in research and services funding to Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire during 2020-21, for 30 different projects.

Find out more about HIT research projects


Our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion

Our partnership exists to make health and care services better for everyone. We are working with people in the region to increase equality, diversity and inclusion as we act as a mechanism for change in our health and care community.

Read about the progress we've made this year

Highlights

Our 2020-21 highlights

From attracting significant research funding to the city region to providing patients and the public the opportunity to have a say in the design of health and care services, our partnership and our Health Integration Teams can look back on a challenging year with pride at what has been achieved.

See our 2020-21 highlights


Our COVID-19 response

From reviewing the impact of service changes on service users and healthcare providers, to connecting patient support groups via video technology, our partnership and our Health Integration Teams stepped up to respond to COVID-19.

Read about our COVID-19 response


HIT research and services funding in 2020-21

Bristol Health Partners Health Integration Teams (HITs) attracted more than £2.4 million in research and services funding to Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire during 2020-21, for 30 different projects.

Find out more about HIT research projects


Our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion

Our partnership exists to make health and care services better for everyone. We are working with people in the region to increase equality, diversity and inclusion as we act as a mechanism for change in our health and care community.

Read about the progress we've made this year

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