Sutherland Lodge GP surgery in Chelmsford receives ‘good’ rating following improvements and investment by us
Patients at Chelmsford’s Sutherland Lodge GP surgery are treated with ‘kindness and respect’ and managers have “the capacity and skills to deliver high quality, sustainable care”, according to inspectors from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Patients in Skelmersdale with conditions such as asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) are benefiting from a local group run by respiratory nurses.
Our Single Point of Access means parents’ and carers’ calls are handled quicker and it’s now easier than ever to get advice
A specialist service designed to make it easier to contact and seek advice directly from us in Wiltshire has seen caller waiting times fall by more than a half in just 12 months.
Our successful Rapid Response Service has expanded to include a new team covering emergency therapy support for patients throughout Dartford, Gravesham, Swanley and Swale.
The MP for Witham, Priti Patel, has been visiting the Silver End Surgery for a tour and discussion of the latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection in April, which has indicated improvements have been made and given the practice an overall rating of ‘good’.
Local NHS Services provided by us to support people living with health conditions in East Staffordshire have been rated as ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Our Essex Child & Family Wellbeing Service are working with local charity Baby Stuff Braintree to open a great new baby bank in the Carousel Family Hub offering donated items to local families in need.
Patients at risk of being admitted to hospital in West Lancashire are set to benefit from a new service providing care to them in their own homes.
Our Professional Lead for 5 – 19-year-olds, Charlotte Forward, gives tips on taking the trauma out of starting school.
Children brighten up the day for older care home residents, thanks to our Essex Children and Family Wellbeing Service
It’s a delightful sight – babies and toddlers talking, laughing, singing, accepting cuddles and even playing with the older residents of Howard Lodge in Brentwood.
A ‘Little Hearts’ autism and special educational needs support group will be launched at the Potter Street Family Hub in Harlow this month.
Residents of BaNES and Wiltshire with hearing loss are being offered a free course to help them with communications in their everyday lives.