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Date: 20 July 2018
The earlier bowel cancer is caught the more effectively it can be treated. Screening is free can be done in the privacy of your home and could save your life.
The new intermediate care ward at King George Hospital is proving popular with local people.
This Easter local doctors are asking people in Havering to be aware of the full range of health services available as well as reminding them that the first port of call might not always be A&E.
This winter more people than ever in Havering are making the most of urgent same day GP appointments which are making it easier for patients to see a local doctor.
Death Cafes provide a safe and friendly space where people can discuss issues around death and dying.
GPs in Havering are seeking your views on proposed changes to stroke rehabilitation in the borough.
Local GPs are calling on people to choose the right health service such as pharmacies urgent GP appointments and NHS 111 to avoid long waits during the potential planned junior doctors strikes over the next few weeks.
This festive season local doctors are asking people in Havering to be aware of the full range of health services available as well as reminding them that the first port of call might not always be A&E.
NHS and local authority partners in North East London have welcomed an announcement today which could see them take on considerable powers to run health and social care for three quarters of a million people in the area.
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