The NHS Counter Fraud Authority (NHSCFA) is a new organisation tasked to lead the fight against fraud, bribery and corruption in the NHS. Visit their website to find out more.
Author: Rutland Health
Get Health Ready without the Hassle Join us for information here at ‘The Castle’ Come along to The Castle in Oakham on: Thursday 27 June – 10:00am to 2:00pm There will be lots of information on early diagnosis of cancer and how to live well and healthy with and beyond cancer (and other long term… Read more »
Better Care Together Workshop on 26th February – to discuss Community Services Redesign Dear all, Residents across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) have the opportunity to get involved in designing how community services provided by Leicester Partnership Trust (such as community nursing, intensive community support services and community beds) are provisioned. Several workshop events are… Read more »
Due to technical difficulties, you have not been able to use your VitruCare account over the last month, there was a major disruption in the NHS data centre that had damaged some of the VitruCare system software which needed to be repaired. The systems securing your data remained entirely intact and safe but we sincerely… Read more »
The Resilient Rutland project supports mental health and wellbeing to every child in our county and will reach parents, teachers and the wider community. Read the press release here. Learn more about Resilient Rutland here.
Healthwatch Rutland have developed an Armed Forces survey in partnership with Rutland County Council, Harborough District Council and South Kesteven District Council. The survey is now live and will run until April 2019. They are encouraging all serving members of the Armed Forces, Reservists, Veterans and extended family members to complete the survey, which will… Read more »
The Information Commissioner has added significantly details to what should be included in processor contracts.
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Flu jabs are for the over 65 year olds, pregnant patients and those patients with a chronic disease. Healthy children aged 2 and 3 as at 31st August 2018 are eligible for a nasal spray vaccination. Please contact the Empingham Medical Surgery to book your appointment.
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