The Croft Medical centre in Solihull organised a male cancer drop in event recently which proved very successful with men taking part in some useful discussions.
The bank holiday is almost here, so please see below a list of the pharmacy's local to you and their opening hours this May bank holiday.
With spring in full swing and the temperatures increasing, NHS Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are reminding patients how to stay protected from the sun’s ray in the warmer temperatures by applying sunscreen and being prepared for hay fever.
“A spokesperson for the NHS Birmingham CrossCity, Birmingham South Central and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Groups said, “A number of GP surgeries across Birmingham and Solihull have unfortunately been affected by the recent ransomware cyber-attack.
“Our staff have been working around the clock to ensure that the impact on patients is kept to an absolute minimum. The security of patient data has, fortunately, not been compromised.
“We would like to remind patients to use NHS service appropriately at this time and attend any pre-booked appointments, with their GP or hospital, as usual.
“NHS 111 is available 24/7 and can help people decide on the most appropriate local service for their medical need.”
Advice for patients
A number of NHS organisations have been affected by a ransomware attack (an attack on the IT systems which support NHS services). This attack was not specifically targeted at the NHS but it has had an impact on NHS services.
The NHS is working hard to ensure that as few patients as possible are affected. Below is guidance for those accessing the NHS over the coming days.
Some NHS organisations are currently experiencing IT problems due to a cyber attack. This problem is being addressed nationally by NHS Digital who are working round the clock to offer support to the organisations affected. For the latest situation, click here.
1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem. This Mental Health Awareness Week, 8-14 May 2017, NHS Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are going to be looking at mental health from a new angle.
As we head towards International Nurses Day 2017 on the 12th May Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is celebrating all the hard work and dedication nurses bring to the practices.
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