A fresh wave of junior doctors’ strikes will hit NHS services this weekend – less than a week after a trio of emergency departments saw one of their busiest days this winter.
UKHSA has reported an increase in measles across the country including London and is encouraging people to check that they and their children have had two doses of the MMR vaccine.
This winter, local NHS staff, particularly those on the front line, are working hard to make sure people receive the care they need. Among them is Marlon Reyes, frailty nurse in the emergency department at St Helier hospital.
Winter illnesses like flu and norovirus are on the rise across Surrey and South West London – and hospitals are facing extreme pressures as a result.
Tens of thousands of patients going to St George’s, Epsom and St Helier’s emergency departments (EDs) have been tested for HIV in the past year, thanks to a pioneering scheme that helps people with the virus start treatment more quickly.
Measles cases on the rise in England and across the whole of Europe. Make sure you and your family are protected against becoming seriously unwell with measles by checking you are up to date with the MMR vaccine.
Hospital services across South West London are currently very busy due to extreme heat, pollution and pollen levels. We’re seeing high numbers of people coming in with breathing difficulties and older people who are dehydrated.
The getUBetter app is now being introduced across Sutton to enable patients to self-manage musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions and self-refer to our MSK services when further intervention is required.
GPs in Sutton partnered with Sutton Health and Care and St Helier Hospital launched a community ward on site to help people get back on their feet more quickly.