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Date: 18 December 2017
As the festive season is one of the busiest times of the year for the NHS it s important to remember that you should only go to A&E if you have a serious life-threatening health problem which needs emergency treatment.
As the weather gets colder and the nights longer GPs in Havering are giving their top tips for residents to stay warm and stay well this winter.
Havering CCG recently got the chance to showcase its award-winning community diabetes service to some visitors from Canada.
With the cold weather arriving it s the perfect reminder to think about what you can do to stay warm and well this winter.
Do you have NHS equipment at home? It might need servicing to make sure it is still working at its best.
We are working with our neighbouring CCGs to commission a local NHS 111 service as a single point of access for all urgent care. Please fill in our survey before 11 November to share your views.
GPs in Havering are encouraging people to take control of their health and self care this winter.
This World Mental Health Day on 10 October local GPs are urging people in Havering to use free and confidential NHS Talking Therapies to feel better if they are struggling to cope.
Smokers in Havering are being encouraged to kick the habit this October with free help and support from the NHS.
Maylands Healthcare patient participation group have been awarded a trophy in recognition for their dedication and resourcefulness in helping patients after the practice flooded in June this year.
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