More than 400 non emergency operations and appointments have been cancelled today after a walk out by the West's junior doctors.
Here are the figures ITV News have compiled of all the operations and appointments affected across the region.
ROYAL UNITED HOSPITAL
UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS BRISTOL
The Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust and Great Western Hospitals Trust did not provide the figures for the number of operations and appointments disrupted by the junior doctors industrial action today (12 January).
Junior doctors say they're striking against the imposed changes in pay for unsocial hours, claiming it devalues the work doctors do on evenings and weekends.
The next planned strike action will be on 26 January, when again only A&E will be covered.
The strike by junior doctors ended at 8am today (13 January) but caused disruption in hospitals across our region, cancelling procedures.
A junior doctor is a qualified doctor who is working whilst training to become a consultant or GP.
With hundreds of operations cancelled and many of the region's hospitals on 'black alert', what does the doctors' strike mean for you?