The new Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) has launched the Better Health-Every Mind Matters campaign to support the nation’s mental wellbeing.
Free, safe and anonymous online mental wellbeing community for adults in Liverpool.
Free, safe and anonymous online mental wellbeing community for young people in Liverpool.
Bowel cancer screening for over 60s saves lives by finding cancer early. Even if you feel healthy you should take a test – which can be done at home, in private.
Smokefree Liverpool is still supporting residents to quit smoking, and it’s never been easier.
We have been advised by the suppliers of our flu vaccines that due to unforeseen circumstances there will be a delay in the practice receiving some vaccines this year.
The first call for help takes courage. If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health or wellbeing, expert help is available from Op COURAGE: The Veterans Mental Health and Wellbei…
A supplier to the NHS has advised us of a global shortage of some blood bottles used for taking blood tests.
Health experts locally are urging parents and carers to be aware of the signs of respiratory illnesses in children with cases higher than usual for this time of year and further increases expected ove…
The local NHS is encouraging anyone who lives in Liverpool to visit one of our NHS walk-in centres for advice and treatment for minor injuries and illnesses.
Advice for parents and carers on how to look after their child at home if they have a high temperature and when to get help.
The NHS is reminding the public that everyone accessing or visiting healthcare settings must continue to wear a face covering and follow social distancing rules.
Members of the public can drop in & get vaccinated at Sefton Park between Thursday 15th and Sunday 18th July
As part of the NHS ‘Grab-a-Jab’ campaign, Sefton Park will be hosting Liverpool’s first mass vaccination event this weekend.
The NHS is urging anyone aged 18 and over to book their first vaccination appointment without delay as the health service enters its final push to protect the country against the virus.
The local NHS is reminding people in Liverpool to contact their GP if they need help, and that face-to-face appointments are available to all who need them.