City and Hackney is providing grants up to £7,500 for VCS organisation. Deadline 2nd Feb. 2022.
A pop-up vaccination centre will be in front of Liverpool Street Station in London on Fri, 21st Jan. 2022.
Volunteer one day per week to support Community African Network’s bowel cancer uptake project.
If you are self-isolating after testing positive for COVID-19, free support is available to those who live in City and Hackney.
People in Waltham Forest are set to benefit from a new state-of-the-art health centre following partnership working between the borough council and local NHS.
If you are scheduled to give birth at Homerton, consider attending one of these free monthly infant feeding workshops.
A Covid-19 conversation with faith leaders and health experts will take place on 17th Jan and 19th Jan 2022.
If you are living with diabetes and are planning a pregnancy, join this webinar to receive more information.
Hackney Council is asking for your feedback on its proposed Health and Wellbeing Strategy by Thurs, 17th Feb. 2022.
80% of patients admitted to Intensive Care Units in north east London in December not fully vaccinated
Between 1 December and 31 December 2021, 124 patients with Covid-19 were admitted to intensive care units (ICU) across north east London (NEL). Of these, 80.6% (100) were not fully vaccinated.
The delay to Integrated Care Systems becoming fully operational across the country was confirmed by NHS England and Improvement in their latest planning guidance, published on 24 December.
Catching and treating cancer early is key and the NHS will continue to prioritise cancer services as we manage the latest wave of COVID-19. If you have any possible cancer symptoms you’re worried about, speak to your doctor as soon as possible.