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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.
Immediate action has been taken by Virgin Care to fulfil recommendations made by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) following an unannounced inspection at Skelmersdale Walk-in Centre, based at Concourse Shopping Centre.
Julie Andrews, Virgin Care’s Service Complaints Manager, Norfolk Prison Service, was named ‘Professional of the Year’ at the recent Patient Experience Network National Awards (PENNA) ceremony.
The new partnership between Lancashire County Council and Virgin Care which launches today (1 April 2019) will see the Health Visiting and School Nursing services across Lancashire transformed over the next 3 years but schools, families and other residents are being reassured that services continue to operate through the launch.
Ofsted has published a complimentary report following its first monitoring visit to The Learning Enterprise (TLE), Virgin Care’s training and development arm.
Braintree MP James Cleverly recently visited Church Lane Surgery to witness the improvements that Virgin Care has been making to the service at the GP practice.
The team applied for the award in recognition of their teledermatology service which is helping ensure that their service users feel the difference and have been shortlisted in the Dermatology category for The BMJ (British Medical Journal) Awards 2019.
Representatives from our Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service (ECFWS) and Essex County Council attended a Family Hubs Conference at Dean’s Yard, Westminster on 14 February to share good practice with Commissioners and providers from across the country.
The Luton Intermediate CareRehabilitation Service (LICRS) became a registered distributor of Luton Foodbank (LFB) Vouchers in November 2018