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Date: 21 October 2021
GPs in Havering are encouraging local carers to look after themselves as well as the people they care for.
Local GPs want to reduce the amount of prescribed medicines going to waste in Havering.
GPs in Havering are urging people to be aware of the symptoms of dementia.
Havering Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is keen to raise awareness of mental health services that offer support for local people struggling with common mental health problems.
GPs in Havering have opened a second late night and weekend practice to make it even easier for local people to get urgent same day appointments with a family doctor.
GPs in Havering are inviting parents to have their say about how local health services for children can be developed and improved.
April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month and local GPs in Havering are reminding people to look out for the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer and that screening could save your life.
Havering GPs are encouraging local people to come together and talk more openly about death and dying.
As part of this year s NHS Change Day Havering GPs are reflecting on the positive changes to local NHS services that have taken place over the last twelve months.
Local GPs are advising women to get to know their bodies and recognise the symptoms of ovarian cancer to coincide with Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.
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