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Give your views on improving urgent and emergency care services for London

The Healthy London Partnership invite you to comment on their Urgent and Emergency Care (U&EC) Programme proposals. The partnership which is made up of Public Health England, NHS England, 32 London-based clinical commissioning groups, London Councils and the Mayor, see,  has presented draft facilities specifications services in London, and you can view all the...

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Have your say about health and social care… and improve services

Healthwatch Croydon has launched its business plan this week, calling on residents to have their say about services across the borough, so that they can be made better. Healthwatch Croydon works with local residents to ensure that GPs, hospitals, dentists, pharmacies, residential homes and care homes meet the needs and expectations of their patients. It...

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Local NHS calls for debate on future services

Local clinical commissioning groups and provider Trusts in south west London have recently jointly published an Issues Paper, setting out the challenges faced by the local health service, some of the emerging ideas to tackle them and some questions for local people to respond to. The paper is published for discussion and to set out clearly the matters...

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Are you a mental health carer? Then make your voice heard on a new carers’ strategy

If you a mental health carer or family member of someone with mental health problems, then the South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust want your feedback on their draft Family and Carers Strategy. All you need to do is download the report, have a read of it, and then fill in the questionnaire....

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Annual report launch – Two years of championing Croydon’s health and social care through voicing patients’ views

Healthwatch Croydon, marks its second anniversary this week with the publication of its annual report. Key achievements in 2014-15 include the reporting of patients’ views of Croydon University Hospital Wandle Ward 2 and 3, the Bethlem Royal Hospital Gresham Ward 1 as well as four residential and care homes within the borough. This was achieved...

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