Are you looking after somebody else’s child as a favour?
Patients in Buckinghamshire set to benefit from expansion of diabetes prevention programme as NHS England drives forward changes to support people to live healthier lives
Buckinghamshire is one of 13 new areas, now live and ready to offer a leading NHS prevention programme to patients identified at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
Alliance led by South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust awarded the contract for new Thames Valley 111 Integrated Urgent Care Service ‘The new front door to urgent care’
Patients across the Thames Valley will be opening a new front door to urgent care services from September 2017.
Learning Disability Week (19-26 June) is a time when we focus on the opportunities and issues that affect people in our community with a learning disability.
July is National Scams Awareness Month.
The Canal & River Trust is urging young people to stay out of the water this summer and to find alternative ways to cool down.
Regardless of government plans, you can still legally ‘ring-fence’ your home and savings to protect them from unnecessary losses to care fees.
Leaders across the health and social care system in Buckinghamshire have welcomed today’s announcement from NHS England that Buckinghamshire will be part of the first wave of Accountable Care Systems being created around the country to deliver improvements to local health and care.
The County Council is “making steady progress in improving the quality of services to children looked after” according to Ofsted in their monitoring visit letter published today (13 June).
The Annual Health and Wellbeing day, which was opened by the Station Commander, Group Captain James Brayshaw, took place recently in the Burnett Gym at RAF Halton with a variety of displays and advice.