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Take care with stomach bugs

Published by Gary Hammersley

Norovirus is particularly widespread at this time of year, and diarrhoea and vomiting are among its symptoms. It’s also very easily spread through contaminated surfaces and close contact with other people.

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Child winter illnesses 

Published by Gary Hammersley

With the half-term holiday well under-way, parents and carers in Wyre Forest are being reminded to make sure they know
how to deal with common childhood winter illnesses.

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Improving access to general practice

Published by Gary Hammersley

GP surgeries have received one off funding from NHS England, to provide extended access to services and will be offering over 600 additional appointments per week that are bookable on the day they’re needed.

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Consultation on the future of Worcestershire’s hospitals reaches its halfway stage

Published by Gary Hammersley

The public consultation on the Future of Acute Hospital Services in Worcestershire reaches its half way stage this week.

In the first five weeks of consultation nearly 800 people have attended meetings and drop in sessions to hear more about the plans to reorganise hospital services in the county.

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Be antibiotic aware this winter

Published by Gary Hammersley

People in Wyre Forest are being encouraged by local GPs to be antibiotic aware this winter and understand that they are unlikely to be the remedy for their coughs, colds and sore throats.

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Come and have your say on the future of local hospital services

Published by Gary Hammersley

More than 600 people have already completed the online questionnaire about the Future of Acute Hospital Service in Worcestershire, make sure you do too!

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Stock up to stay well this winter

Published by Gary Hammersley

People living with chronic conditions such as diabetes, respiratory disease, heart disease, kidney or liver disease and neurological disease, are particularly vulnerable when the temperatures drop.

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Come and have your say on the future of Worcestershire’s hospitals

Published by Gary Hammersley

The public are being invited to attend drop-in sessions across Worcestershire to have their say about plans for the county’s three main hospitals.

Groups, residents and people from surrounding areas are being asked to give their views about proposed changes to births, services for children, emergency surgery and emergency and urgent care services in Worcestershire.

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Carers urged to look after their health

Published by Gary Hammersley

GPs at NHS Wyre Forest CCG are sending a message to carers that it’s only by looking after their own health that they can continue their vital role caring for partners, relatives and friends who are ill, frail or disabled.

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Know your health service options

Published by Gary Hammersley

With the NHS experiencing high levels of demand for services and a spell of cold weather forecast over the next few days, health bosses across Worcestershire are encouraging people to know their health services options.

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