People in Havering will be able to get expert advice on a range of health and care issues at a free community health fair organised by local NHS GPs on Saturday 22 July in Romford.
Our long term conditions team is working to improve care services for people who have had a mini stoke (known as a Transient Ischaemic Attack or TIA) or a stroke.
The ’Big Conversation’ is about listening to the people in our communities, hearing their thoughts about health, care and wellbeing in north east London and, most importantly, acting on them. It will help us focus on what matters to local people and to work with them and you, our partners, to improve truly quality and outcomes and address inequalities.
Wood Wharf surgery, which opened on 26 April, will offer an extended range of services to meet the needs of patients in the Isle of Dogs area.
You have the right to make a complaint about any aspect of NHS care, treatment or service, and this is written into the NHS Constitution. From 1 July 2023 the way members of the public make a complaint about primary care services to the commissioner is changing.
Parents and carers in north east London are being urged to ensure their children are fully protected against measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) and polio to guard against “tragic consequences”.
Improvement works at SMA Medical Centre in Leyton are now complete after the practice was awarded a £10,800 NHS grant.
People are being invited to check on their health and wellbeing and catch up on vaccinations at an event in Newham on Friday (5 May) from 8am to 5pm.
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.
Knowing the best place to go for NHS care this Easter weekend and through the planned doctors strike can help you find the treatment you need more quickly, doctors in north east London have advised.
The NHS in north east London will now fund up to three cycles of in vitro fertilisation for all eligible local people, as part of changes that make the funding of NHS treatment for people with fertility problems fairer across the area.
Ground-breaking work to reduce waiting times and improve care for patients with stomach and digestive problems in north east London has won a national award.