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  1. NHS and Southampton City Council encourage smokers to quit this Stoptober

    Now more than ever, ahead of flu season, put your lungs first, quit smoking and breathe easier.

    We're encouraging smokers to join the annual Stoptober campaign and stop smoking in October. Find out how you can quite for good this October.

  2. NHS and Southampton City Council want to ensure you get vaccinated for flu this autumn

    NHS Southampton City Clinical Commissioning Group and Southampton City Council are asking people to ensure they get their flu jab this year in what will be the biggest vaccination campaign ever seen. Find out more.

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    2019/20 Annual Report and Accounts and AGM

    This year, NHS Southampton City CCG will be noting the publication of its Annual Report and Accounts 2019/20 and sharing some highlights of its achievements during its Governing Body meeting being held on Wednesday 30 September. This is to ensure public safety during the coronavirus (Covid-19 pandemic). Find out more about our Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Governing Body meeting

  4. An update on the future of CCGs across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight

    In July 2020, the six Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) covering Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Southampton formally agreed that they want to merge to form a new commissioning organisation.

    Our new organisation, if endorsed by our member GP practices and subsequently approved by NHS England and NHS Improvement, will help us work together even more closely, so that together we can better support the health and care system in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to improve population health outcomes and to improve the quality and performance of health and care services. Find out more.

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    Information about Flu Vaccination

    Each year the flu vaccination is available to help protect adults and children at risk from flu and its complications. The vaccination is free for people most ‘at risk’ of having severe flu. Please click here to find out more about the flu vaccination and who should have it.

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