Your views on healthcare during coronavirus: Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities

What are your experiences of accessing and using healthcare services during lockdown and the coronavirus, as a Black, Asian or minority ethic person?

Bristol, North Somerset & South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (BNSSGCCG) and partners are holding a free listening event for members of the BAME communities. The event will take place on monday via Zoom.

Their goals for the event are as follows:

  • To gather your views and feedback
  • Understand the experience of BAME people
  • Develop dialogue for future feedback

You can download the event poster here:

Coronavirus has meant that we have made many changes to healthcare services, such as using more technology and telephone appointments, and prioritising certain services.

BNSSGCCG know that the coronavirus affects Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities differently. This is a chance to have your say and share your experiences. They would like to learn more about how these changes have affected diverse BAME communities, what has worked well and what can be improved.

This event will be held on Zoom on 17 August 2020 3.30 – 5.30 pm.

You can sign up for the event here.

If you have any questions about the event, or would like to book your place by telephone or email, please contact or call 0117 900 2655.


We are still updating our coronavirus guidance webpage regularly. It is broken up into sections so you can easily find the information you need.

You can view Carers Support Centre’s statement in support of Black Lives Matter here.