Marie Gabriel CBE, chair of the North East London Integrated Care Board, has been named in the Health Services Journal’s annual list of the 50 most influential Black, Asian and minority ethnic health leaders for her contribution to the NHS.
The Under 16 Cancer Patient Experience Survey 2021 results are now available and show the consistently high levels of care young cancer patients receive. Cancer care providers will analyse these results in detail to learn where they could do even better.
Homerton Hospital is offering free vaccinations for those who are pregnant. This is a walk-in service only offered Monday through Friday.
Dragon Café in the City continues its bi-weekly gathering of de-stressing activities. Due to the train strike on Wednesday 9 November 2022, all events will take place online.
City & Hackney’s Neighbourhoods’ Team has released its second autistic-friendly newsletter providing an update with ongoing work in Hackney to make services more accessible to autistic people.
City & Hackney Recovery Service (delivered by Turning Point) is offering free naloxone kits, which prevents an overdose. It can be picked up at their main hub.
The national Cancer Patient Experience Survey asks for feedback from cancer patients to inform and improve local cancer services across England.
Made in Hackney is hosting free cooking classes with a focus on the cost of living crisis starting in November for Hackney residents, as well as non-locals. Register to save your spot.
The multi-million pound renovation will include activities to promote good health and wellbeing and events to reduce isolation faced by older residents.
East London NHS Foundation Trust’s Hackney Integrated Learning Disability Service (ILDS) team received the ‘Highly Commended’ trophy in the Quality Improvement Initiative of the Year category at the Health Service Journal Awards in Manchester.
Focus group session with The North East London Cancer Alliance and the Eve Appeal charity on a campaign to increase awareness of the signs and symptoms of womb cancer among women in north east London.
Tower Hamlets Council want to make sure that your local pharmacy is giving you the things that you need.