GP practices in City and Hackney will be closed on Monday 28th August 2017 for the Bank Holiday.
Local residents and patients can feedback on the first-ever Co-production Charter for Health and Social Care in City and Hackney.
A Hackney GP Practice, which specifically delivers care to homeless patients, has been rated Outstanding overall by the Care Quality Commission.
The City and Hackney Disability Forum are running a week-long event for young disabled people living within City and Hackney.
Patients and public are invited to our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 27th Sept 6pm-8pm.
The Hackney Picturehouse are running a dementia friendly screening of the Jungle Book in August and Jailhouse Rock in September.
The City of London Corporation and London Borough of Hackney are calling for feedback about local pharmacy services.
Residents in the City and Hackney can now manage their health online in the same way they manage other areas of their life such as banking and shopping.
Come to the People as Partners: Co-production Conference and have your say on how services are designed in City and Hackney.
In support of Men’s Health Week we asked Dr Gopal Mehta from Richmond Road Medical Centre to answer some questions commonly asked by men.
The Hackney Breastfeeding Drop-in Sessions timetable has been updated.
Hackney Picturehouse are running two dementia friendly screenings over the next two months.
Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has received a positive report from the CQC about their community services.
The Homerton Locomotor Service, commissioned by City and Hackney CCG, recently won an HSJ Value in Healthcare Award.
Would you like to help the NHS design an app to support young people to manage their asthma?
GP surgeries in City and Hackney will be closed on Monday 29 May 2017 due to the Bank Holiday.
If you have diabetes and are planning on fasting during Ramadan this year you need to be ready.
The City & Hackney Dementia Alliance supports a number of community projects - read about some of their success stories.
To mark National Mental Health Awareness Week, Richmond Road Medical Centre are running an event on Thursday 11 May 2017.