Virgin Care Sexual Health Service’s in Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Teesside and Northern Lincolnshire are urging local people of all ages to stay safe and get tested for sexually transmitted infections throughout summer, to avoid handing out unwanted summer gifts.
Twelve different outpatient services operate from the hospital, which is also home to Sulis rehabilitation ward, community services which visit people in their own homes and offices.
Aspiring nurses are being offered a new way to ‘earn as they learn’ with an innovative Nursing Degree Apprenticeship providing a new route to becoming a Registered Nurse.
A Virgin Care doctor is urging people to stay safe and take precautions in the hot weather.
Virgin Care’s Health Improvement Service in Bath and North East Somerset has been helping families like stay-at-home dad Stuart Read to learn how to create healthy and low cost meals together with the ‘Cook It’ programme.
Each month Virgin Care makes one change in every single service it runs as a direct result of feedback from the people who use the services. From little changes like moving chairs around to big ones – such as offering additional appointments or helping a patient with a specific request – it’s part of how Virgin Care makes sure that everyone feels the difference.
Virgin Care has launched a new support group – funded by its Feel the Difference Fund – for people from Bath and North East Somerset who have communication issues after a stroke.
The Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service, the new public health service bringing together support for families in Essex, has launched a new website specifically for parents and children.
As people across East Staffordshire continue to bask in high temperatures, the importance of staying hydrated – particularly for older people – cannot be underestimated.
A new specialist clinic designed for use by children and young people across Wiltshire has opened in Chippenham.
Carers Club, the online support and help network for unpaid carers, is looking for keen volunteer knitters to help them give people with dementia relief from some of their symptoms by knitting ‘twiddlemuffs’.
A Surrey district nurse has been crowned the top performing student by the Queen’s Nursing Institute.