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NHS SW CCG
We are the largest of the three CCGs in Worcestershire, encompassing 32 member GP practices across Droitwich, Evesham, Malvern, Pershore, Tenbury and Worcester.
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If you need urgent medical help, go straight to NHS 111. Call or go online:
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NHS SW CCG Aug 16
Most minor injuries such as sprains, strains, cuts and grazes can be treated at home with a first aid kit. If you’re unsure you can speak to your local pharmacist for treatment advice
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NHS SW CCG Aug 15
We are nurses. We are the NHS. There are still tons of opportunities to study nursing and pursue a rewarding career. Want to find out more? Search ‘Nursing Careers’ today -
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NHS SW CCG Aug 15
NHS 111 is available 24/7, getting you the care you need when you urgently need it. Call or go online:
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Good luck to everyone receiving their A-Level results today. For those struggling with complex feelings, our mental health hub can help:
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NHS SW CCG Aug 14
Nominations are still open for the 2020 Unsung Hero Awards. Do you know a non-medical Unsung Hero working/volunteering in the NHS?
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NHS SW CCG Aug 13
Remember to give yourself enough time to pick up any repeat prescriptions before heading off on holiday, to ensure you have the medicines you need
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NHS SW CCG Aug 13
If you suffer from hay fever, you can speak to your local pharmacist who will be able to advise on the best hay fever remedies for you
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NHS SW CCG Aug 13
Make the most of the longer days this summer and get out and about. Going for a brisk 10-minute walk is an excellent way to exercise
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NHS SW CCG Aug 11
It's important to have a well-stocked first aid kit in your home so you can deal with minor accidents and injuries. For advice on what to include, visit our website:
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NHS SW CCG Aug 11
Visiting a farm is an enjoyable experience for the kids, especially during the summer holidays. But remember to make sure they wash their hands after visiting and especially before eating food if they have been petting the animals
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NHS SW CCG Aug 11
Try to avoid doing too much strenuous exercise outside when it’s really hot. If you can’t avoid it, keep it for cooler times of the day such as in the mornings and evenings and make sure you drink lots of water
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NHS SW CCG Aug 10
Going on holiday? Make sure you have the medicines you need before you go and give yourself enough time to pick up any repeat prescriptions
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NHS SW CCG Aug 10
The football season is back. If you suffer a sprain or strain whilst playing football, use the RICE method (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) or visit your pharmacy for advice
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NHS SW CCG Aug 10
Some countries require you to have certain vaccinations before travelling, so remember to add this to your travel checklist before jetting off
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NHS SW CCG Aug 9
Remember, if you’re on holiday in England and need medical advice, you can call NHS 111 or visit . Trained advisors are on hand 24 hours a day, seven days a week and can provide advice about where to get local help for minor illnesses
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NHS SW CCG Aug 9
Most insect bites and stings are not serious and will get better in a few hours or days. There is plenty of advice on our website if you get stung or bitten when you’re spending time outside this summer
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NHS SW CCG Aug 9
Pass on good vibes not measles or mumps. If you’re feeling under the weather don’t travel to . Get your jabs before you go.
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NHS SW CCG Aug 8
Don't rely on sunscreen alone to protect yourself from the sun. Wear suitable clothing and spend time in the shade when the sun is at its hottest
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NHS SW CCG Aug 8
Having a BBQ this weekend? Make sure that you check that your meat is cooked through before you serve it to avoid it making you ill. Find more advice on how to avoid food poisoning here:
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