A new service to help the wellbeing of people in Whitehill & Bordon is to be launched early next month.
A new scheme has been launched to give pregnant women across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight more choice on antenatal care and childbirth.
The Primary Care Commissioning Committee for both Fareham and Gosport and South Eastern Hampshire clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) stages its next meeting in public this Wednesday (March 1).
Two GP alliances across the Fareham, Gosport and south east Hampshire area have been chosen to pilot a new national scheme to retain vital GP skills to benefit patients.
Portsmouth residents are being reminded that help is at hand for children and adults who have injuries or ailments, with consistently shorter waiting times than at local Accident & Emergency Departments.
Cowplain Family Practice and Queenswood Surgery at Waterlooville are set to merge.
NHS leaders are calling on local people to take part in “Your Big Health Conversation”, to discuss the future of the local NHS.
The public are being asked to share their views on plans to improve stroke services in West Surrey.
Some of the country’s most influential nurses will be in Havant this month for an annual conference about the role of care professionals in general practice.
Five experts will give their views on how they see the future of the Whitehill & Bordon Healthy New Town at the next Community Forum to be held in the town next month.
There is a chance to learn more about how the NHS in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight is planning to change over the next five years at a public meeting in Havant.
The Met Office has issued a Level 3 cold weather alert across the South East of England and the local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are asking you to look out for others and take extra care during the cold weather.
The Portsmouth area has seen healthy increases in the percentages of ‘at risk’ people taking advantage of their free NHS free flu vaccine this winter.
Vulnerable south eastern Hampshire area patients were today reminded by the NHS that it’s not too late to get your free flu jab.
Health warnings are being repeated today by health watchdogs as the Met Office forecasts a continuing spell of cold weather.
Public Health England’s One You campaign is helping middle age people live more healthily by asking ‘How are you?’ and providing free support and tools.