The Stroke Health Integration Team (HIT) brings together clinicians, commissioners, academics, care and support providers and other experts, as well as people who have had strokes and their families and carers. We are committed to preventing strokes and improving the lives of people affected by stroke through working together beyond the limits of individual organisations, in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG).

Local stroke prevention, treatment and care services need to be improved and to be more accountable to local patients, carers and the public. 1300 people have strokes in BNSSG each year. They are cared for by more than 20 different services and organisations.


Latest news and events

Get involved in our Stroke Health Integration Team as a peer director

Get involved in our Stroke Health Integration Team as a peer director

17 April 2018

Have you or a loved one experienced stroke? The Stroke Health Integration Team is looking for a Peer Director to join their leadership team.

How I got involved with the Stroke HIT, and my hopes for what it can achieve

How I got involved with the Stroke HIT, and my hopes for what it can achieve

21 March 2018

Stephen Hill, a patient representative on the Stroke Care Pathway Review, talks about his hopes for the Stroke Health Integration Team.

Seminar on supporting service design and delivery showcases HIT achievements

Seminar on supporting service design and delivery  showcases HIT achievements

7 February 2018

Five Health Integration Teams (HITs) presented their work aimed at keeping people out of hospital at a special lunchtime seminar on 5 February, to commissioners, project managers, researchers and people from the voluntary sector.

Stroke Health Integration Team stars on Dr Phil Hammond's BBC Radio Bristol show

Stroke Health Integration Team stars on Dr Phil Hammond's BBC Radio Bristol show

3 January 2018

Dr Phil Clatworthy, director of the Stroke Health Integration Team (HIT) and stroke survivor Chris Priestman were guests on Dr Phil Hammond's BBC Bristol show on 30 December.

Stroke Health Integration Team gets go-ahead

Stroke Health Integration Team gets go-ahead

17 October 2017

A new Health Integration Team (HIT) focused on stroke has been given the go-ahead by the Bristol Health Partners executive group. Stroke HIT aims to advance and improve the prevention of strokes and care for stroke patients.

The Stroke Health Integration Team (HIT) brings together clinicians, commissioners, academics, care and support providers and other experts, as well as people who have had strokes and their families and carers. We are committed to preventing strokes and improving the lives of people affected by stroke through working together beyond the limits of individual organisations, in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG).

Local stroke prevention, treatment and care services need to be improved and to be more accountable to local patients, carers and the public. 1300 people have strokes in BNSSG each year. They are cared for by more than 20 different services and organisations.


Latest news and events

Get involved in our Stroke Health Integration Team as a peer director

Get involved in our Stroke Health Integration Team as a peer director

17 April 2018

Have you or a loved one experienced stroke? The Stroke Health Integration Team is looking for a Peer Director to join their leadership team.

How I got involved with the Stroke HIT, and my hopes for what it can achieve

How I got involved with the Stroke HIT, and my hopes for what it can achieve

21 March 2018

Stephen Hill, a patient representative on the Stroke Care Pathway Review, talks about his hopes for the Stroke Health Integration Team.

Seminar on supporting service design and delivery showcases HIT achievements

Seminar on supporting service design and delivery  showcases HIT achievements

7 February 2018

Five Health Integration Teams (HITs) presented their work aimed at keeping people out of hospital at a special lunchtime seminar on 5 February, to commissioners, project managers, researchers and people from the voluntary sector.

Stroke Health Integration Team stars on Dr Phil Hammond's BBC Radio Bristol show

Stroke Health Integration Team stars on Dr Phil Hammond's BBC Radio Bristol show

3 January 2018

Dr Phil Clatworthy, director of the Stroke Health Integration Team (HIT) and stroke survivor Chris Priestman were guests on Dr Phil Hammond's BBC Bristol show on 30 December.

Stroke Health Integration Team gets go-ahead

Stroke Health Integration Team gets go-ahead

17 October 2017

A new Health Integration Team (HIT) focused on stroke has been given the go-ahead by the Bristol Health Partners executive group. Stroke HIT aims to advance and improve the prevention of strokes and care for stroke patients.

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