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We’re taking a #ZeroTolerance approach against NHS staff abuse

The NHS in North West London is asking local people to respect the dedicated NHS staff who care for them by launching a #ZeroTolerance campaign

News from the NHS NW London CCGs December 2018

We hope that this will help keep you up-to-date with the work going on across the NW London Health and Care partnership and the North West London Clinical Commissioning Groups

Eat. Pace. Plan

A new campaign encouraging Londoners to eat, pace and plan in order to stay safe in London this festive period has launched.

Patients are encouraged to call 111 this winter to ease pressure on NHS services.

NHS 111 is free to call for advice about an urgent health concern and is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Maternity team shortlisted for 'Team of the year' by the RCM

The North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups maternity team have been shortlisted for ‘Team of the year’ by the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) Awards.

News from the NHS NW London CCGs November 2018

We hope that this will help keep you up-to-date with work going on across the NW London Health and Care partnership and the North West London Clinical Commissioning Groups

World Diabetes Day 2018 – improving diabetes education in North West London

Health and social care staff in North West London are improving their skills and knowledge about diabetes.

The NHS in North West London tackles antibiotics use with social media campaign

NHS NW London has joined the fight against antibiotics resistance with the launch of a social media campaign this Antibiotics Awareness Week, from 12 – 16 November

World Diabetes Day 2018 - meet Gill

Wednesday 14 November is World Diabetes Day – every year we use this day as an opportunity to internationally promote the issues most important in the world of diabetes.

World Diabetes Day 2018 - meet Kevin

Wednesday 14 November is World Diabetes Day – every year we use this day as an opportunity to internationally promote the issues most important in the world of diabetes.