We are excited to announce that the next round of funding is coming soon and are nearly ready to share the details with you.
Hackney Health leaders signed an NHS Smokefree Pledge, committing them to help staff, visitors and patients who smoke to quit while ensuring that their sites are smoke free.
One in 10 children and young people in London have asthma but less than half of these have an asthma management plan or know how to use their inhaler correctly.
The Department of Health & Social Care is consulting on draft regulations which will allow bread and mixes to be the only gluten-free products to be prescribed at NHS expense.
On Monday 27 August 2018, your normal GP practice will be closed for the Bank Holiday- find out how you can get medical advice.
We believe it’s important that local people are involved shaping local health and care services. Your views and opinions matter, and help us to make decisions that work for local people.
Improvements to maternity services at Homerton Hospital have been recognised by the CQC with a ‘Good’ rating and praise from inspectors.
NHS England are running a public consultation on Evidence Based Interventions closing on 28 September 2018.
Residents will have the chance to meet with health leaders and hear more about exciting health and care projects at City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 5 September 2018.
People in North East London will have access to free clinical support and assessment at any time of the day or night under the new NHS 111 Clinical Assessment Service.
Have your say about GP services at Sorsby Health Centre
New City and Hackney parents are being encouraged to contribute their views to improve local NHS maternity services as part of a residents’ forum called the Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP).
Residents across City and Hackney explored the work to bring health and care services closer together at last week’s Let’s Talk event.
This week City and Hackney celebrate the one-year anniversary of a local co-production charter and national co-production week.
Hackney and City residents are being advised that GP practices will be closed for one afternoon in July for staff training.
The Sickle Cell Society beat more than 350 organisations from all over the UK to be one of the eight winners of the 2018 GSK IMPACT Awards.
Residents can have their say on plans for health and care in the City and Hackney at an event later this month.
Residents with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes are invited to the Putting Feet First event on 14 June 2018.