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Date: 20 January 2019
Going back to school or nursery should be an exciting time, but a new term can also mean back-to-school sniffles and other health issues that mean parents need help and advice from the NHS.
If you’re injured or taken ill over the Christmas and New Year period, there are many options available in Havering, to help you get the care you need, when and where you need it.
People who need to see a GP or practice nurse urgently in Havering can book appointments on weekday evenings, weekends and bank holidays this winter.
Now more than ever we are using technology to manage our lives. From banking and shopping, to ordering prescriptions or learning a language
Shorter waiting times, better health advice over the phone and improved, more appropriate care are some of the benefits patients will enjoy following a decision by local GP groups earlier this month
Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge CCGs plan and buy health care services for the 767,500 people who live in these boroughs.
This world COPD day, GPs in Havering are urging those living with the condition to get their free flu jab. If you have COPD, flu can trigger a serious flare-up.
GPs in Havering are encouraging people, particularly those who think they might be at risk, to have a free HIV test.
Despite best efforts and much careful consideration, Cecil Avenue Surgery (Cecil Avenue, Hornchurch, Essex, RM11 2LY) will be closing on 31 December 2018.
People in Havering are being urged to take simple steps to stay fit and healthy this winter – with a reminder that caring for yourself can help the NHS.
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