Diabetes UK will be hosting a free online event on Thursday, 14 July where experts will discuss diabetes and polycystic ovary syndrome.
Hackney Dads launched on Sunday 19 June as a way for dads to connect with other fathers who do not see their children regularly.
City & Hackney GP Confederation had an inspection in May 2022, which resulted in the highest healthcare setting rating in England for its services.
The Homeless and Vulnerable Person Outreach Service is shortlisted for The Excellence in Primary Care and Community Care Award.
A large rise in asthma attacks occur in children and young people during the third week of September. Learn ways to avoid this.
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 procedure to treat aortic regurgitation takes less than an hour and is non-invasive. St. Bart’s is currently the only centre in the country that can offer this treatment.
Volunteer Centre Hackney contributed over 250 volunteer hours to organise the surgery’s celebration that saw residents engage in a street party. #Togetherwearealwaysbetter
These sessions, hosted by Richmond Road Medical Centre, will allow guests to reflect, laugh and learn about the cognitive illness from each other and guest speakers.
Neighbourhoods brings residents, voluntary sector, health, education and cares services together in C&H to work on issues that matter to people and address local inequalities. Find out more about the organisation.
Hackney Council will partner with ReLaunch to host three panels to promote resourceful and creative ways to be environmentally-friendly.
We are proposing to fund three cycles of IVF for all eligible local people who are trying to get pregnant, as part of changes that will make the funding of NHS treatment for people with fertility problems fairer across the boroughs. This proposal is one of a number of changes in our proposed new fertility policy that aims to ensure wherever you live in north east London, you are able to have the same fertility treatment.