There's been an ebola scare at Weston General Hospital - staff had to to isolate a patient after fears he'd contracted the deadly virus.
St. Martins Surgery in Knowle will provide services for a twelve month temporary period following the resignation of the current partners
The trust that runs Bristol's new Southmead Hospital has apologised after figures showed that it's failing to meet targets on waiting times
A woman from Somerset has made history by becoming the first person to swim from Cornwall to the Scillies.
Beth French, who's from Milverton, set off from Porthcurno yesterday lunchtime. She arrived on St Mary's this morning, completing the swim in 17 hours and 28 minutes. She said via twitter "I have an awesome body - mission completed!".
A woman from Somerset is aiming to become the first person to swim from the Cornish mainland to the Isles of Scilly.
What makes Beth French's story more amazing, is that as a teenager she suffered from ME, which left her in a wheelchair.
Bristol is the second worst city in the country for social isolation according to a recent report.
Loneliness can damage both mental and physical health. Social groups have been set up across the city set up to help lonely people meet others and find new interests.
Teenagers across Bristol are being warned about the dangers of sunburn and skin cancer.
Skin cancer cases have tripled in the city in the last five years. Secondary schools are using a short film by the Teenage Cancer Trust to educate students about ways to stay safe. It's the last full week of term before the school summer holidays begin.
A Gloucestershire MP is calling for a vaccination against a potentially deadly form of meningitis to be available on the NHS.
Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown has told Parliament that the Bexsero vaccine for Menengitis B was licensed last year, but was turned down by an NHS committee because it is not considered cost-effective.
He received a petition from Gloucestershire grandparents, who lost their 19-year-old grand-daughter to the disease.
The mother of a severely disabled child is calling on a hospital trust to rethink its new parking arrangements after claiming she was turned away during a visit there.
Sandra Tomlinson-Cray says provision at Bristol Children's Hospital for people like her daughter is woefully inadequate. Her campaigning has now won her a meeting with the hospital's chief executive. Richard Payne reports.
A meningitis campaigner who lost his three-year-old son to the disease, has received an honorary degree for his work.
Steve Dayman has spent 30 years campaigning about Meningitis. He accepted his doctorate from the University of Bristol this morning.
As a campaign for a meningitis vaccine to be made available on the NHS gathers momentum, a reminder of the symptoms to look out for:
- Severe headache
- Nausea (feeling sick)
- Vomiting (being sick)
- Feeling generally unwell
- Seizures or fits
- Being unable to tolerate bright lights
- A stiff neck
- A rapid breathing rate
- A blotchy red rash that does not fade or change colour when you place a glass against it
For more information about meningitis and the campaign to find a cure, contact Meningitis Now
A man who's campaigned for 30 years about meningitis and raised millions of pounds for research will be awarded an honorary degree at the University of Bristol today.
Steve Dayman lost his baby son Spencer to the illness. This afternoon, former nurse and equal rights campaigner Princess Campbell - who was the first black ward sister in Bristol - will also be honoured.