Latest news

  1. Image for National Eye Health Week 2017 which reads 'your vision matters, keep your eyes and vision healthy with regular eye tests'

    National Eye Health Week - 18 - 24 September

    This week have been supporting National Eye Health Week, promoting the importance of attending regular eye screening.

  2. A doctor and a patient looking at information in a leaflet

    Prescribing in primary care survey - share your views!

    NHS England has published proposed national guidance for CCGs on medicines which can be considered to be of low priority for NHS funding. This guidance is being set out for consultation nationally, and they have encouraged CCGs to take part in this consultation by engaging with their communities and local professionals

  3. NHS Southampton City Clinical Commissioning Group - our logo

    All welcome at our Annual General Meeting on 27 September

    Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) is taking place on Wednesday 27 September from 2.00pm - 2.30pm ahead of our Governing Body meeting. The AGM will include an update on the CCG’s work from John Richards, our Chief Executive Officer, and a report on our annual accounts from our Chief Financial Officer, James Rimmer. All are welcome to attend the AGM and our Governing Body meeting, please just let us know if you are planning to attend.

  4. A photo of students, with wording encouraging first time university students to get the Men ACWY vaccine to protect against meningitis and septicaemia.

    Starting university this year? Don’t forget your Men ACWY vaccine

    Are you starting university this year, or know someone who is? Teenagers and "fresher" students going to university for the first time are advised to have the Men ACWY vaccination to prevent against meningitis and septicaemia, which can be deadly.

    Speak to your GP about the Men ACWY vaccine or visit to find out more.

  5. Image for the Active 10 campaign which says 'Turn a 10 minute walk into 10 minutes' exercise'

    Could you fit a 10 minute brisk walk into to your day?

    Modern day life makes it hard to be healthy, so it’s not surprising that most of us are not fitting enough physical activity into our day.

    But a daily brisk walk of just ten minutes can make a huge difference to your health, it gets the heart pumping faster, can make you feel better, more energetic and improve your mood. Over time, brisk walking can help to lower the risk of serious illnesses like heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Previous page Page 2 of 27 Next page Total results: 135

Looking for a document?


Visit our documents section to view all our key documents, such as Governing Body papers, our five year strategy and annual reports.