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Keep Antibiotics Working
12 November 2018 2:55pm
Healthcare officials at Telford and Wrekin and Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) and Telford & Wrekin and Shropshire Council are backing the national ‘Keep Antibiotics Working’ campaign which has returned to alert people to the risks of antibiotic resistance.
Choose Self Care for Life: Choose to invest in your future self
12 November 2018 11:18am
You can be fighting off many minor illnesses this winter yourself, at home by choosing Self Care for Life. Healthcare officials at and Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) along with Telford & Wrekin and Shropshire Council are asking people to invest in their future self this Self Care Week (12 – 18 November) by making small changes that can make a big difference.
Self Care Week: Choose Self Care for Life
9 November 2018 12:49pm
Teams from NHS Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will be out across Shropshire, talking to people about choosing self care for a healthier, happier life and how to access local health services as part of Self Care Week (12 – 18 November).
Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Maternity Voices Partnership - ‘Whose Shoes’ engagement events
5 November 2018 11:36am
Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) is a team of women, midwives, doctors, health visitors and commissioners working together to review and contribute to the development of local maternity care. A number of ‘Whose Shoes’ engagement events will be run to help shape the Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Maternity Voices Partnership.
Those caring for loved ones urged to take up their free flu vaccine
1 November 2018 11:21am
Health and social care teams across Shropshire are urging those who care for an older person, or person with disabilities, to protect themselves and the person they care for, by getting their flu vaccine. Every winter, many carers don’t have their free flu vaccination, despite the fact that they may be entitled to one.
Whitehall Medical Practice (Malling Health) – your view matters
1 November 2018 9:29am
NHS Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) would like to inform registered patients of Whitehall Medical Practice of possible changes in the future to this service. This is because the current contract to provide this service comes to an end in June 2019. The CCG would now like to gather the views of individuals who are registered patients at Whitehall Medical Practice.
Long-term health condition? Protect yourself from flu and stay well this winter
29 October 2018 11:25am
Health and social care teams across Shropshire are reminding those with underlying health conditions to stay well this winter by getting their free flu vaccine. People with certain serious health conditions are more at risk during the cold weather and flu can worsen their health problems.
Over 65 years old? Make sure you get your free flu vaccine
26 October 2018 3:36pm
Health organisations across Shropshire are reminding those over 65 years of age to stay well this winter by protecting themselves against flu. Flu is a highly infectious disease and can lead to serious complications, particularly for those who are over 65 years of age. It is vital that those eligible have it every year as the vaccine protects against different strains of flu which can change and/or evolve each year.
Five maternity hubs proposed to transform maternity services in Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin
25 October 2018 3:20pm
Over 60 men, women and children attended a meeting to discuss the future of the county’s midwife-led units (MLUs). The event was chaired by NHS Shropshire’s Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) Lay Member for Patient and Public Involvement, Meredith Vivian. He explained that the meeting was designed to cover the rationale for the review, what’s happened so far to bring everyone up to date, what the evidence tells us and describe what local clinicians believe is the vision for the future.
Thousands of people have their say on improving local hospital services
25 October 2018 10:38am
The NHS Future Fit consultation on improving hospital services for the people of Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and mid Wales received more than 18,500 responses, local NHS leaders have revealed. The total number of responses received as part of the consultation was 18,874 – meaning more than 3% of the population served by the county’s two hospitals had their say. The figure is considerably higher than the average response rate for UK public consultations.1