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15 Mar 2016

Be Clear on Cancer - Blood in pee

GPs in Waltham Forest are urging local people to make an appointment to see their doctor if they notice blood in their pee, even if they only see it once, as this could be a sign of bladder or kidney cancer.

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14 Mar 2016

Share your views on urgent care services

Tell us what you think about Whipps Cross Urgent Care Centre, GP out-of-hours services and NHS 111 in Waltham Forest at a focus group on Monday 21 March 2016.

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08 Mar 2016

Waltham Forest Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy published

The strategy will guide everything that the Health and Wellbeing Board does, and will help it make sure that everyone who lives in Waltham Forest is happy, healthy and thriving.

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03 Mar 2016

The future of local NHS services – have your say and get involved

NHS Waltham Forest Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has joined forces with Newham and Tower Hamlets CCGs and Barts Health to develop a programme that is looking to invest more than £100 million in new health services and buildings over the next five years.

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08 Feb 2016

Improving ophthalmology (eye care) services

Have you or someone you care for used ophthalmology services in Waltham Forest? We need local people to tell us about their experiences of these services and give their ideas of how they could be improved.

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03 Feb 2016

Are you attending your cancer screenings?

This World Cancer Day, on 4 February, GPs in Waltham Forest are encouraging local residents to look out for the signs and symptoms of cancer and attend cancer screenings.

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03 Feb 2016

Waltham Forest mother recommends weekend GP and nurse appointments

A Waltham Forest mother is recommending that local people use a new joined-up weekend GP and nurse appointment service after it saved her one-year-old son from going to hospital.

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04 Dec 2015

Waltham Forest residents reminded to dial 111 during festive season

This festive season, local doctors are reminding people in Waltham Forest that they can dial 111 to find out where to go if they are hurt or unwell.

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02 Dec 2015

Final chance to have your say on the future of the walk-in service at Oliver Road

Have your say on the future of the walk-in service at the Oliver Road polyclinic.

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30 Nov 2015

Events to help Waltham Forest residents manage diabetes or their respiratory condition

Do you have diabetes or a respiratory condition like asthma or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)?

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