BSW Adult Community Health and Care Services - Virgin Care
Despite all the obstacles posed by the pandemic, the team responsible for giving school children in Wiltshire, BANES and Devon their flu vaccine have become record breakers.
Santa’s stockings are spreading Christmas joy to elderly patients across Bath and North East Somerset
Elderly and isolated patients are set to receive Christmas stockings this year thanks to our Feel the Difference grant.
Virgin Care’s launched a new system that allows health and social care professionals to securely share records of 189,000 residents to provide better, proactive and more focused community care across Bath and North East Somerset (BaNES).
A jobseeker diagnosed with a brain tumour at the age of six has told how landing a new role at the world famous Roman Baths through a special career mentoring scheme has ‘given him purpose’ and had ‘a huge impact on his life’.
Rugby playing Gabriella Alves is urging people across Bath and North East Somerset to quit smoking for Stoptober as doing so has improved her health and her performance on the pitch.
Wellness Service Manager Sarah Button has told how Virgin Care is helping to raise awareness of hidden disabilities, and it’s all thanks to her ‘inspirational’ eight-year-old.
School children can access help and advice through our confidential text service during the summer holidays
Virgin Care’s school nurses are on hand to give young people help and advice on a range of issues via its confidential Chathealth texting service.
A virtual choir from Bath and North East Somerset run by SWALLOW, a local charity that receives funding from Virgin Care, aims to “raise you up” in a special socially-distanced video of the well-known song.
Our school nurses are on hand to give young people help and advice on a range of issues during Lockdown through the confidential texting service ChatHealth.
How we’re working with the NHS, councils and charities to help the most vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic
We at Virgin Care have been working flat out with the NHS, local authorities and other partners helping the response to Covid-19. Here, our Head of Commissioning and Wellbeing in Bath and North East Somerset, writes…
A new community hub to help the most vulnerable people in Bath and North East Somerset access critical support during the Covid-19 pandemic has handled more than 1,000 calls during its first week of operation.
New Compassionate Community telephone hub to help vulnerable residents in Bath and North East Somerset
The most vulnerable people in Bath and North East Somerset will be able to telephone for advice on a range of critical support during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic when a new community hub launches next week.