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Following an inspection at Church Lane Surgery in Braintree last month, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published a report on the improvements made at the GP practice.
A four year old boy’s speech has improved thanks to the help of therapy dog Milly and the Speech and Language Service run by Virgin Care.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has recognised “significant improvements made to the quality of care” provided by Virgin Care-run Sutherland Lodge Surgery in Chelmsford, and has taken it out of special measures.
Popular ‘fidget cubes’ are helping to relax children and young people who are being treated by Virgin Care’s Surrey’s Community Dental Service.
Paulton Community Hospital, run by Virgin Care held a Christmas Fayre on Saturday 1 December, to give patients, staff and visitors an opportunity to enjoy the festive season.
Virgin Care’s sexual health services are urging people to get tested for HIV at their local sexual health centre as part of plans to improve early diagnosis and treatment.
Thurrock MP Jackie Doyle-Price visited Purfleet Care Centre last week and praised the service’s team for the work they do caring for local people within her constituency.
A Bath and North East Somerset woman has transformed her life since being diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes after accessing free local support to understand her condition.
Lyme Regis Medical Centre in Uplyme Road has achieved an overall rating of ‘good’ from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after its latest inspection.
Children and young people of different ages were kept busy during the summer holidays as they were given an opportunity to come together at a local park to keep healthy and active.
Gravesham MP Adam Holloway saw the real difference the Virgin Care team at Gravesham Community Hospital are making to local people’s lives, when he visited earlier this month.
People living with learning difficulties have been able to enjoy an evening of music, good company and delicious, nutritious food at the SWALLOW Community Café after the charity received dedicated funds to run two Bistro Supper Clubs to support people with learning difficulties