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Charlton Medical Centre receives Green Impact Silver Award

Charlton Medical Centre, in Oakengates, Telford, is delighted to have received a Green Impact award. Green Impact for Health is a learning and awards programme designed to provide practical advice and tips to General Practices that want to improve their sustainability. Practice Nurse Vivien James was passionate about taking action on climate change and so…

Make a difference to Palliative and End of Life Care

Palliative and end of life care affects us all, at all ages – the living, the dying and the bereaved. NHS Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin is hosting two events in December to support a conversation about palliative and end of life care and set out how people will be involved in improving this care in…

Improving Care For Everyone – Delivering Excellent Planned Care Throughout The Year

A key element of plans to upgrade acute hospital services across Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and mid Wales involves the transformation of our Telford site to specialise in the delivery of planned care. The dedicated planned care site will provide benefits for all residents, including: Operations and procedures will be able to take place all…

Patients across Shropshire urged to return unused antibiotics

An Antibiotic Amnesty is being held this November, with people across Shropshire urged to play their part.   Local healthcare leaders at NHS Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin are encouraging members of the public, as well as health and social care staff, to return old or unused antibiotics to their nearest pharmacy Pharmacies throughout Shropshire, Telford…

Health Campaigns

Stop Smoking

What is Stoptober? As a result of increased smoking behaviours, quitting is one of the best things a smoker can do for their health. That’s why this year’s Stoptober campaign is encouraging smokers to join the thousands of others who are giving quitting a go for the month of October and getting to experience the…

Better Health – Every Mind Matters

The impact and experience of the past 18 months has been difficult for us all. That’s why it’s so important to look after our mental health and wellbeing. The Better Health campaign focuses on showing the little things we can all do and how these can make a big difference; helping us to lead happier,…

Be Clear on Cancer

If you are concerned about cancer, remember the NHS is still open and here for you. The ‘Help Us, Help You’ campaigns aim to raise awareness of the different symptoms of a range of cancers and to encourage people who may have symptoms to contact their GP. If you have any of the below symptoms,…

 

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