Volunteers in north east London are helping to save lives from womb cancer, the fourth most common cancer in women.
Hackney Council has organised a Walkingtogether programme to encourage people to be more active and sociable. All walks are free and suitable for all ages.
This week is cervical cancer prevention week, and we are working hard to encourage people in north east London to attend their cervical screening appointments.
Great Mental Health Day 2023 is a London-wide initiative in its second year and will celebrate the power of community kindness, telling the story of how we’ve come together for one another across London.
This conference informed guests of the transformative work taking place in the community to tackle disparities from support group for men and sickle cell management.
Latest CQC reports published on urgent treatment centres in Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge
While inspectors noted good practice in a number of areas and recognised the caring approach from staff, unfortunately the CQC has rated the services as ‘inadequate’ and placed PELC into special measures.
NHS North East London want to ensure all women and pregnant people have the best experience when using maternity services. As part of this, we are working with Healthwatch and Maternity Voices Partnerships to better understand the choices women and pregnant people are making when it comes to maternity care.
Work to improve and develop research that benefits the health and wellbeing of communities across north east London has received a major funding boost.
Please see the pharmacy opening hours for Christmas and New Year bank holidays 2022-2023.
The Hackney GP practice was recognised as a finalist in the Clinical Improvement: Public Health & Prevention category in the General Practice Awards.
GP appointments will be available to book throughout the festive period to patients across NEL, including from 8am to 8pm on all bank holidays, such as Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
Plans to invest £30 million developing Mile End Hospital and Barking Community Hospital into full community diagnostic centres have been agreed by the local NHS.