News and publications

07 Jun 2019

GPs in Havering are celebrating the vital work of the borough’s carers – and backing a national call to ensure they are looked after themselves

04 Jun 2019

Following concerns raised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) the CCG has taken the decision to terminate the contract of Dr. Joseph’s practice, who was providing family doctor services out of Chase Cross Road, Romford.

03 Jun 2019

People in Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge are being asked for their views on a proposal to move Moorfields Eye Hospital from its century-old site at City Road to a new facility at St Pancras Hospital

14 May 2019

GPs in Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge are encouraging anyone who has negative thoughts about their body to seek help, to ensure their symptoms can be treated before they escalate.

03 May 2019

Many common illnesses like coughs or colds can be best, and most easily, treated by visiting your local pharmacy

03 May 2019

GPs in Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge (BHR) are urging people to use local healthcare services wisely over the bank holiday weekend – and reminding them they can access treatment and advice from their local pharmacy and NHS 111

12 Apr 2019

The benefits and opportunities available to young and newly-qualified GPs in Havering came under the spotlight at an east London GP Careers Fair.

08 Apr 2019

GPs in Havering are backing a campaign to highlight the importance of bowel cancer screening – stressing that early diagnosis is crucial to saving lives

29 Mar 2019

GPs in Havering are encouraging people to reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, as part of a national campaign. Diabetes Prevention Week runs from 1 April and raises awareness of the disease, the causes and groups that might be at particular risk.

12 Mar 2019

GPs in Havering are encouraging people to stop smoking by highlighting the range of help available from the NHS to support those keen to quit.

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