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Date: 18 December 2017
Following the publication today of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) report into the A&E department at Queen s Hospital Romford local GPs are calling on Barking Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (BHRUT) to renew efforts to make urgent improvements so that local people experience the care treatment and support they have a right to expect.
Results of a public consultation show that Havering residents are overwhelmingly in favour of local GPs plans to create a centre of excellence for older people on part of the site of St George s hospital in Hornchurch.
Doctors and nurses in Havering are asking local people to help the NHS and save money by thinking more carefully about the medicines they use.
Our Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has today published our first ever prospectus - setting out plans that show how we will buy health services and work with local people and stakeholders to support them to be healthier.
GPs in Havering are urging parents of 10 16 year olds to prevent measles by making sure their children are vaccinated with the MMR jab.
NHS plans to improve maternity services across north east London took a step forward today when the go ahead was given to close the labour ward at King George Hospital.
The Care Quality Commission has today published two reports into A&E and maternity care at Barking Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust. You can read our media statement here or in the download below. Read the stakeholder briefing here . The CQC s reports will be published here .
When you need medical help and advice but it s not a 999 emergency you can now call 111. The new NHS 111 service is now available in Waltham Forest Redbridge Barking & Dagenham and Havering 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
All patient services have now been successfully moved out of St George s hospital in Hornchurch following the recent discovery of higher than normal levels of Legionella bacteria in the water supply. Patients are now being cared for elsewhere.
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