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Virgin Care in North Kent has pledged to support John’s Campaign and work in partnership with carers across its four community hospitals.
Inspectors from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) have noted the numerous improvements brought in for patients at Witham’s Silver End GP surgery, scoring it an overall ‘good’ rating.
New Macmillan Cancer Navigators will help people with cancer get the right support following treatment
A new NHS service has been launched to provide information and support for everyone living with and beyond cancer in the Farnham, North East Hampshire and Surrey Heath areas.
A 95-year-old has shown how taking care of your health is always important after lifestyle changes helped him lose weight and lower his blood sugar level meaning he is no longer considered diabetic.
Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service is calling on mums across Essex to become volunteers to help boost breastfeeding rates.
The Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service have been asked to showcase their innovative family hubs to senior politicians and decision-makers at a special event in Parliament.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has today (29 May 2019) published a report that shows their inspectors have recognised improvements are being made at Braintree’s Church Lane Surgery.
Paramedics are now on hand to provide additional support to local people when they visit the Urgent Care centres in Skelmersdale and Ormskirk as part of the improvement plan being delivered by Virgin Care in partnership with the local NHS.
Adults with learning disabilities or autism and their carers can benefit from trampolining and bowling sessions from local health and care provider Virgin Care and Bath Sports and Leisure Centre.
Virgin Care’s Sutherland Lodge GP Practice in Chelmsford has been supporting its most vulnerable patients by giving out ‘positivity packs’.
People in Ormskirk are set to benefit from more convenient access to a health service which keeps them out of hospital and living independently, thanks to a partnership between the NHS and local community services provider Virgin Care.