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Update on our next Governing Body meeting - Wednesday 29 July

Please note due to the current status of COVID-19, our next Governing Body meeting on 29 July will take place virtually and will be uploaded to our website to view after the meeting. The Oakley Road offices are currently closed. 

Agenda and papers for the meeting are now available and we would welcome any questions from members of the public. If you have any questions you would like to ask the Governing Body about the meeting agenda or around what the CCG is doing around COVID-19, please contact us via email.

Find out more about our Governing Body and meetings.

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Face coverings must be worn when attending a hospital site

In line with government guidance visitors and outpatients must wear a face covering or face mask when they attend University Hospital Southampton sites.

Visitors who attend and wear their own face covering should continue to wear these during their visit. Those visitors without their own face covering will be given a surgical mask to wear for the duration of their visit. Find out more

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Which NHS services are open this bank holiday, and how to reach them

Doctors are urging people to remember that NHS services are still there for them over the long bank holiday weekend, whatever their need.

Although Covid-19 is still a big priority for health services everywhere, the NHS across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight is geared up to offer whatever support people may need – including on Bank Holiday Monday, on 25 May. If anyone needs urgent help or advice regarding an injury, an physical illness, or concerns over their emotional and mental health, skilled staff are available to help. Find out more about the support available over the Bank Holiday.

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Celebrating acts of kindness for Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week (18-22 May), is being used to celebrate acts of kindness across the city that are so important to our mental health. Research shows that being kind to ourselves and others can help improve our emotional wellbeing. It is a vital way in which we can support those who are in mental health need, including those feeling anxious, lonely or with low mood. Find out how kindness brings us together with benefits for everyone and the local services available.

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