NHS Coventry and Rugby Clinical Commissioning Group has appointed a new Chair, Dr Sarah Raistrick a local GP from Coventry.
The start of building work on a new health centre and community facility in Rugby was officially marked with a ‘turf cutting’ ceremony on Friday 16 February 2018.
Community pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are qualified healthcare professionals who are the right people to see if you need clinical advice or over the counter medicines to help safely manage a wide range of minor health concerns.
A new campaign has launched to help anyone worried about an urgent medical concern get the right attention fast.
Construction of a brand new, £2.3 million health centre in Brownsover, Rugby, is due to start in January 2018, after plans were approved by the NHS.
Weather warning alerts have been issued for the West Midlands to expect severely cold weather, from Tuesday onwards, with widespread frosts.
Keeping warm means your body temperature stays where it should be (36.5ºC - 37.2ºC) which in turn helps to protect against the effects of the cold outside.
To help raise awareness of diabetes and the support on offer in the community, local NHS and public health organisations are hosting a public event on Monday 11th December 2017.
As winter approaches, Public Health England is issuing advice on how to avoid getting norovirus and what to do if you become unwell.
NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull are part of the national Learning Disability Mortality Review Programme (LeDeR)