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Date: 18 December 2017
Havering CCG holds it public AGM Bringing together CCG staff GPs our local health and social care partners and patients our AGM on 14 September will highlight our work over the past year and to look ahead to the year to come. Our annual public meeting is an opportunity to highlight some of the excellent work that took place during 2015/16 and thank those that have helped us achieve our objectives
Local pharmacy opening times and advice on where to get healthcare on bank holiday Monday 29 August.
We're supporting the national Be Clear on Cancer awareness campaign and the latest stage focuses on lung and heart problems.
From 11-22 August we will be trying something new at Queen s Hospital - keeping an emergency department for genuine emergencies and giving other patients advice on where to go for help.
Bay Tree Medical Centre Collier Row Ilford closes on 26 August 2916. All registered patients have been written to with advice on how to choose and register with a new GP.
We ve all heard of diabetes many of us will know someone with the condition. Yet many people an estimated an estimated 549 000 across the UK have diabetes but don t yet know it. That s why this Diabetes Awareness Week (12-18 June) local doctors are urging people with symptoms of diabetes to speak to their GP.
Havering Council planners have granted outline planning permission for a new health centre to be built on the site of the former St George's Hospital in Hornchurch.
This Carers Week (6-12 June) local doctors are thanking carers for the invaluable role they play in providing care for others as well as reminding them of the support available to them from their local NHS.
Local doctors in Redbridge are calling on people to plan ahead this Ramadan to stay healthy and ensure they can continue to take any prescribed medication safely.
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