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  1. Carers Rights Day – Knowing your rights

    Carers UK are holding Carers Rights Day on Thursday 26 November this year and it is all about raising awareness of ‘knowing your rights’ as a carer, including finding out how to access help and support as soon as you need it. Find out more

  2. The NHS is still here to support pregnant women

    The NHS in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight are urging pregnant women to continue using health services to protect themselves and their unborn baby. One of the best things a pregnant woman can do is to have the flu vaccination. Having the flu jab at any stage of pregnancy protects women and also gives newborn babies vital protection in the first few months of their lives. Find out more.

     

  3. Mass Vaccination update

    The Government has asked the NHS to be ready to deliver a vaccination programme for England from December 2020, so that those at greatest risk will be able to access vaccinations as soon as they are available. Across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, the NHS is working closely with partners across all public services on the development of these plans. Find out more.

  4. An image of healthcare staff shaking hands, with the text: The future of CCGs in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. The six CCGs covering Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Southampton have formally agreed to merge and form a new organisation. Click here to find out more.

    Six Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) to become one

    National regulators have given conditional approval for a single Hampshire, Southampton and Isle of Wight CCG to be created in April 2021. This will replace the current Hampshire and Isle of Wight Partnership of CCGs (which has been a mechanism for closer joint working of Fareham and Gosport, Isle of Wight, North Hampshire, and South Eastern Hampshire CCGs over the last three years) and Southampton City CCG and West Hampshire CCG. Portsmouth CCG plan to remain a separate statutory body and work closely with the newly formed CCG. Find out more.

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    Interpreting services for patients

    NHS England would like to hear your views on community language interpreting services at NHS appointments with GPs, dentists, pharmacists and optometrists in the South East including Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Find out more

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