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Date: 22 October 2017
Thousands more patients in Havering will benefit from improved care at home after local GPs decided to proceed with proposed changes to services.
It s extremely stressful caring for an ill child but all too often parents of babies and toddlers in Havering are taking their children to A&E when they could be treated more appropriately and more quickly elsewhere.
Residents in Havering can get health advice at their fingertips thanks to a new smart phone app launched today by local GPs.
Family doctors working together in Havering Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham have opened selected evening GP practices for patients with urgent needs to improve care and help ease pressure on local A&E departments.
As the weather gets colder and the nights longer GPs in Havering are publishing a new guide with their top tips for older people to stay healthy over the winter.
Businesses charities and local services across Havering are coming together with local GPs the council and the Alzheimer s Society today (26 June) to make the borough more dementia friendly.
Health services in Havering were put on the map recently as local GPs welcomed a delegation of senior health staff from Canada.
The NHS in Havering is trialling a new scheme to help people mainly older residents who have had a fall get the right care quickly.
Government Health Minister Jane Ellison has praised home care services being trialled in Havering.
Local GPs say it s time for men in Havering to face up to cancer as a nationwide campaign called Blue September gets underway to raise awareness about all male cancers.
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