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The site contains information about how to look after yourself when you are ill, and about the work we do to provide the health services you need.
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5 January 2017
You’ve probably seen on viral emails, social media and news stories that many people have rated 2016 one of the worst ever.
But, as local GP and chair of Hillingdon CCG, Dr Ian Goodman says, “Regardless of what put you off about 2016 and before you get too down about it, don’t forget that there were a lot of highlights last year.
“The NHS has worked 24 hours a day every day during 2016. In that time, we’ve been able to help lots of people and make improvements to care for 2017 – and the years ahead.”
3 January 2017
The New Year is a great way to get the motivation you need to stay fit and healthy. Hillingdon CCG is encouraging everyone in the borough to stay well with some simple and effective health tips. Put wellbeing top of your New Year resolutions list for 2017!
29 December 2016
Hillingdon GPs are currently considering a proposal to give all commissioning decisions for primary care to Hillingdon CCG. Decisions over primary care are currently made by a joint committee led by the CCG and NHS England, while the new proposal would mean all responsibilities, such as contract management, are handled by the CCG.
20 December 2016
If you need medical care or advice over Christmas the NHS is on hand to help.
Dr Ian Goodman, Chair of Hillingdon CCG and a local GP says:
“With the cold weather it is important to look after yourself and stay well. Your local NHS is here to help, providing you with the right care at the right time.
“For many common complaints, a visit to your pharmacist, walk-in centre or other health service could be more appropriate than a stressful trip to A&E.”
19 December 2016
Hillingdon CCG is backing London Ambulance Service’s hard-hitting alcohol awareness campaign highlighting the impact of alcohol-related calls on the capital’s other ill and injured patients.
The social media campaign illustrates how people who have drunk so much they are collapsed and unconscious can ‘top’ other patients as paramedics rush to treat them leaving others to wait longer.