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News from the North West London Collaboration of CCGs.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update from North West London NHS - 31 July 2020

We want to remind everyone that the NHS is here for you: please seek help if you need it. If you need medical advice, call your GP or dial 111 in the first instance

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update from North West London NHS - 17 July 2020

The easing of restrictions in England over the last couple of weeks has been very welcome and has been received responsibly by most people

Residents encouraged to attend hospital appointments and contact their GP when needed

Doctors and nurses in North West London are encouraging local people to attend hospital and GP appointments as the NHS starts to restore services as part of the ‘recovery’ phase of covid-19 pandemic.

Cricklewood walk-in service is closing

Brent patients can choose from a wide range of alternative services

Health Help Now to close

Residents encouraged to sign up for the NHS App

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update from North West London NHS - 19 June 2020

Further lockdown restrictions were eased this week so we open the newsletter with a link to guidance on making and wearing face masks

North West London antenatal videos now available online!

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the NHS in North West London have made it easier for pregnant women to continue getting the maternity care that they need without having to visit the hospital as often

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update from North West London NHS - 12 June 2020

In a week when we will pause with the North Kensington Community to remember those who lost their lives in the Grenfell Tower tragedy we publish information about the NHS support that is available.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update from North West London NHS - 5 June 2020

This week there is national recognition for volunteers and patient participation groups.

What a difference volunteering makes

This week is national volunteers’ week, and what better way to celebrate than to highlight the phenomenal support our local communities have provided in response to the COVID19 pandemic.