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NHS Mid Essex CCG
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NHS Mid Essex CCG 2h
Your GP reception team can book you an appointment in the evening from 6.30pm to 8.00pm or on the weekend. Appointments may not be in your own surgery but at one of our extend access hubs. If you’re not offered it, ask for it! For more info:
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NHS Mid Essex CCG 3h
Today is Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year. We're aiming to turn it into by encouraging everyone to reach out and talk to a loved one, colleague or neighbour who may be struggling. We can all play our part in .
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NHS Mid Essex CCG 4h
If you‘ve a busy work schedule, you can now get an appointment with a GP, nurse or other healthcare professional up until 8pm every weekday at one of our six Extended Access Health Hubs. To book an appointment, speak to your own GP surgery team. If your not offered - ask for it.
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NHS Mid Essex CCG 14h
We're turning Blue Monday into by encouraging everyone to open up about and to take free online training. Save a life, take the training
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NHS Mid Essex CCG 24h
Have you downloaded the ? It gives you the ability to book and manage GP appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view your medical records and access a range of other services. Download today by searching NHS APP.📱
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 17
: Parents of babies with cow's milk protein allergy asked for a way to get dietitian advice more quickly : We launched a new service that offered online and telephone advice and access to an infant formula better for their children
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 16
Remember that by wearing a condom you're not only protecting yourself, but protecting your partner too. Some STI's have no signs or symptoms. So unless you've recently been checked out - you can't be 100% sure. 🍆
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 16
Help stop flu spreading by following these simple steps: 🤧 CATCH IT - in a tissue and cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze 🗑️ BIN IT - dispose of the tissue as soon as possible 💀 KILL IT - wash your hands with soap and water
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Livewell in Essex 🧠🧘‍♀️❤️ 🤸‍♀️ Jan 16
Living with , or other respiratory conditions? Cold weather can make your symptoms worse How to manage your condition: - carry your inhaler - Be more like Dave 👇🧣 -See your pharmacist or call for further advice
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Livewell in Essex 🧠🧘‍♀️❤️ 🤸‍♀️ Jan 16
📢HAVE YOUR SAY 📢Have you downloaded the free Mid Essex Child Health app which is designed to help parents and carers of children aged from birth to 11 years recognise when their child is unwell? If so, can you tell how it can be improved?
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 16
You Said: COPD Patients in mid Essex asked for a digital solution to support their care. We Did: The CCG made the MyCOPD app available locally to offer guidance and advice at people's fingertips
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 15
In the latest edition of our resident and stakeholder newsletter, read about some of the changes we have made in response to your feedback in recent months. Download here:
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 15
Public Health England is seeking views on proposals to change the National Screening Programme in England. Contribute to the consultation here:
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 15
Did you know that several layers of clothes are better for staying warm than one chunky layer? Stay well this winter with these tips:
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 15
📢Want to get involved or find out more about local health services? Join our new livewell engagement network. 🤳 ✅Get involved in how services are planned ✅Share ideas & views about local health services ✅Receive e-news Sign up here:
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 15
If you have a stomach bug such as treat yourself at home while the virus runs its course. 🥤 drink water, stay hydrated 💊 take paracetamol 🧴 wash your hands to prevent spread 🏡 stay at home for 48 hours after symptoms clear 🏥 do not visit relatives in hospital
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 14
You can get the right medical attention urgently by calling 111. Depending on the situation they can connect you with relevant healthcare professionals, arrange face-to-face appointments or assess if you need an ambulance.
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 14
Are you worried about your child getting unwell over the holidays? Download the free app for expert advice at your fingertips on some of the most common childhood illnesses such as chickenpox. Read more:
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 14
Great to meet with this morning to discuss how we can work in continued partnership and engage their students with learning disability health checks.
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Jan 14
Feeling unwell? Pharmacies are the first place to go for minor health concerns
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