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Date: 04 December 2020
Bowel screening services are running across north east London. If you're 60 to 74 and registered with a GP, you will automatically be sent a home testing kit every two years. You should follow instructions and return this test.
The NHS and faith communities in Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge have joined together and created the BHR Health and Faith Network.
It is essential for people to attend cancer appointments and measures are in place to keep you safe.
The local NHS is urging people to follow all the health and safety advice on fireworks to help prevent serious burns and injuries on Bonfire Night.
All Londoners are being asked to contact NHS 111 online or by phone first, before going to a hospital Accident and Emergency department (A&E/ED) if they have an urgent, but not life-threatening, medical need.
Assessing workforce data against the Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) has been a requirement for NHS commissioners since 2019, longer for NHS healthcare providers.
Traditional Halloween activities like trick or treating or parties risk breaking the restrictions and further spreading the virus
Parminder Kaur Kondral (née Mudhar) has been recognised to receive an MBE by Her Majesty the Queen in the Queen’s Honours list 2020 for her services in chaplaincy for the Sikh community.
COVID-19 has changed the way that people are accessing NHS services
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