HEALTH services in Rotherham are in excellent hands after the local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) was rated as ‘outstanding’ by NHS England.
People from across Rotherham can show their appreciation and support for the men and women of the Armed Forces – both serving and veterans – at an action-packed community event this month.
GP practices across Rotherham will be open as usual on Monday. However many are still bringing their IT and clinical systems back on-line following the cyber-attack, which took place on Friday 12 May 2017 and affected many organisations around the world.
The local NHS is reminding Rotherham people when health services will be open over the Easter bank holiday period. Health services across Rotherham experience significant pressure over the Easter period, however help is at hand for those who need it. Several Rotherham pharmacies will be open when other health services and shops are closed if you need to buy over-the-counter medicines because you’re unwell.
NINETY appointments a week are now available with GPs on Saturday mornings as part of a pilot project to improve access.
If you have a long term health condition, the cold and damp weather – ice, snow and cold winds – can be bad for you.
As the days draw in and temperatures drop, you may be tempted to hang up your exercise gear and hibernate. Don't! Stay active throughout winter to beat those seasonal blues and feel on top of the world.
A Rotherham based health trust which provides a range of services across the borough to people experiencing difficulties with their mental health has issued the following advice for residents who may be experiencing more than just the winter blues over the Christmas period.
As celebrations get in to full swing, local people are being urged to choose the right care for their symptoms and help health services help them to have a happy and healthy festive period.
The local NHS are reminding Rotherham people when health services will be open as Christmas approaches and celebrations get into full swing.
Social prescribing improving mental health discharge rates
People with mental health conditions are benefitting from being prescribed non-medical treatments by their doctors, according to a new report released today (Friday 4 November).