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  1. Start the year as you mean to go on… #MyJanuary

    3 January 2019

    What are you doing this month to get back to a healthier you?


    The start of the year tends to be the time that most people begin to think about how they can better look after themselves and take steps to improve their general wellbeing for the year ahead.

    That’s why this month the NHS across North West London have launched a campaign to encourage our local residents to improve their health both physically and mentally by making a #MyJanuary pledge.

  2. Christmas and New Years pharmacy opening times

    Pharmacy opening times in London are going to change over the Christmas and New Year holiday period.

    18 December 2018

    Pharmacy opening times in London are going to change over the Christmas and New Year holiday period.

  3. Need to see a GP or nurse over the festive holidays?

    18 December 2018

    If you need to see a GP or a nurse over Christmas and the New Year, appointments are available in North West London from 8am to 8pm on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

  4. We’re taking a #ZeroTolerance approach against NHS staff abuse


    13 December 2018

    The NHS in North West London is asking local people to respect the dedicated NHS staff who care for them by launching a #ZeroTolerance campaign to tackle threats of violence, abuse or harassment against NHS staff.

  5. Eat. Pace. Plan

    Eat Pace Plan

    10 December 2018

    A new campaign encouraging Londoners to eat, pace and plan in order to stay safe in London this festive period has launched.

  6. Patients are encouraged to call 111 this winter


    3 December 2018

    The NHS has launched their winter campaign ‘Help Us Help You know what to do’ designed to help keep you well and help keep our NHS services running well this winter.

    The campaign aims to increase peoples’ understanding of the actions they can take to help the NHS help them. This could be visiting the pharmacist at the first sign of illness, managing symptoms at home, getting the flu jab, self-care or using NHS 111 for help.  

  7. Harrow Mencap Forum: Loneliness and Relationships - Wednesday 28 November 2018


    26 November 2018

    The Harrow Mencap forum gives people with learning disabilities the opportunity to have a voice and say over issues that affect their lives.

    The forum event will address the issue of loneliness for people with learning disabilities and offer help and advice to build and sustain meaningful relationships.

  8. Atrial Fibrillation (AF) Awareness week


    16 November 2018

    Atrial Fibrillation (AF) Awareness week takes place between Monday 19th – 25th November 2018. AF is the most common arrhythmia (heart rhythm) disorder in the UK, with over 1.5 million people diagnosed with the condition in the UK.

  9. World Diabetes Day 2018 - meet Gill


    I started taking part in the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) after speaking with the practice nurse at my GP Surgery as I was concerned about my weight – and I’m glad that I did.

  10. World Diabetes Day 2018 - meet Kevin


    Following a period of ill health a few years ago I had a blood test which showed my blood sugar levels were really high and I was at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes so my doctor suggested a referral to the Diabetes Prevention Programme (DPP).

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