More than 1,300 people in Barking have received help and support to lead happier and healthier lives, thanks to an initiative led by local GPs and their staff.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has rated the urgent and emergency care services at Queen’s and King George hospitals as ‘inadequate’ following recent inspections.
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.
The management of the practice is changing with immediate effect because Dr Goriparthi has made the decision to hand back the contract for delivering services at the surgery.
City & Hackney Carers Centre have set up an advice line to assist carers in north east London who have question about benefits.
The list of pharmacies that will be opening on the August bank holiday (29 August 2022) has been published.
The Tulasi Medical Centre, which operates from Ripple Road in Barking and Bennett’s Castle Lane and Parsloes Avenue in Dagenham, has temporarily been placed under new management following recent visits by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Heart patients in north east London are at less risk of stroke thanks to a campaign by North East London CCG, Barts Health, Queen Mary University Clinical Effectiveness Group (CEG) and UCL Partners.
Business hours for London pharmacies for the 2 May 2022 bank holiday have been released.
t Barking Community Hospital, in Upney Lane, will be closed this weekend from 6pm on Saturday 2 April until 2pm on Sunday 3 April.
We are committed to improving diabetes services so that all local people can access high quality care no matter where they live. As a result, we are developing plans to improve services.
Barking and Dagenham diabetes programme tackling health inequalities wins 2022 HSJ Partnership Award
An innovative diabetes education programme that is supporting people in Barking and Dagenham has been crowned the Most Impactful Project Addressing Health Inequalities at this year’s HSJ Partnership Awards.