The NHS, Havering Council and local community groups, have come together as the Havering Place Based Partnership to create an event on Wednesday 20 September, that focuses on supporting local people to access better healthcare within the community.
The St George’s Health and Wellbeing Hub – currently taking shape on a four-acre site off Sutton’s Lane in Hornchurch – will bring together a range of health, social care and community services under one roof within brand-new, purpose-built premises.
Billet Lane Medical Practice, Hornchurch, has been temporarily closed until further notice due to essential maintenance works.
Work has begun to fit out a new health centre at Beam Park in Rainham which will provide GP and community health services for thousands of local people.
A new stop smoking service has been launched this week, coinciding with National No Smoking Day. The service is available to all Havering residents and free of charge
Schoolchildren have added a splash of colour to the construction site for a major health development in Hornchurch.
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.
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.
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.
The Medical Centre in Billet Lane, Hornchurch, has been temporarily closed until further notice following the discovery of legionella bacteria during routine testing of the water supply.