Details of pharmacies open in Southampton on the summer bank holiday (Monday 31 August 2015) are available on our website.
So says the city’s Health and Wellbeing Board who, in conjunction with Southampton City Council and Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have launched Mental Health Matters. This initiative sets out proposals for mental health services in the city and details how service users, experts by experience, carers, clinical staff, voluntary and third sector organisations can help us to redesign services.
Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held next Wednesday, 29 July 2015.
Local residents and our partners are welcome to attend the meeting, which will take place before our public Governing Body meeting at NHS Southampton HQ, Oakley Road, Millbrook SO16 4GX from 2.00pm – 2.30pm in the Conference Room. The Board meeting will follow from 2.30pm - 5.00pm.
The main entrance to Southampton General Hospital will close for around 25 weeks from Monday 13 July as redevelopment work begins.
Patients and visitors will be directed to seven alternative entrances and exits located around the site for the duration of the closure.
Southampton GPs are on TARGET for another successful training session as they join together for city-wide training.
The next session is on Wednesday 8 July 2015, and patients are reminded that all GP practices in the city will be closed in the afternoon to allow TARGET to take place.
Joining up your care - Joan's Story
Watch Joan’s story to find out more about how joining up care will make things better for local people. The Better Care Southampton project, led by Southampton City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Southampton City Council aims to join up health and social care services in the city as well as increasing involvement from the voluntary sector. With thanks to Gloucestershire CCG for their support in producing this animation.
Getting the balance right in community-based health services
A consultation on the proposal to close the walk-in service at Bitterne Health Centre so we can maintain quality community-based health services in Southampton