Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) is taking place on Wednesday 25 September from 2.30pm - 3.00pm ahead of our September Governing Body meeting. The AGM will include an update on the CCG’s work over the past year, an overview of our annual accounts and current priorities as we continue our work to create a healthy Southampton for all.
You are welcome to attend the AGM and our Governing Body meeting, find out more and papers for the meetings on our website.
Blood Cancer Awareness month is here and we want to make sure that you can spot leukaemia, with help from the #SpotLeukaemia campaign.
The symptoms of leukaemia can be hard to spot, so we are supporting the #SpotLeukaemia campaign to raise awareness of the main symptoms to look out for as early diagnosis can save lives. Find out more.
Details of pharmacies open in Southampton on the August bank holiday, Monday 26 August 2019, are available on our website: Pharmacies open in Southampton on bank holiday Monday 26 August 2019
Opening times are provided by the pharmacies, details are correct at the time of publishing but are subject to change. If you do need to visit a pharmacy over a bank holiday please call ahead to check they are open and have the medicine you need.
If you need medical help or advice over the bank holiday weekend and aren't sure where to go, phone 111. The NHS 111 service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and calls are free from landlines and mobiles. The 111 team can find the right Southampton service for you, including out of hours GP appointments, mental health support and emergency dentists.
The Southampton Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) is led by highly skilled nurses, who are supported by GP’s and other health professionals, who can offer treatment, advice and information for a range of injuries and illnesses that need urgent medical attention, but are not life-threatening. The waiting times can be considerably less than at the emergency department and the UTC team can also refer or direct you to the most appropriate service for you if you need to be seen elsewhere.
You don’t need to make an appointment, the UTC is open to all NHS patients and you can also call NHS 111 before visiting to get an appointment at a specific time. Find out more about the service.
Most of us welcome the hot and sunny weather but some people are more vulnerable to the heat, such as babies and young children, those aged over 75 and people with existing medical conditions.
Whether you're staying at home, looking out for your neighbours in hot weather or jetting off somewhere hot, here are some simple tips to help the whole family to stay well and keep cool. For lots more summer health advice, visit the NHS website for help with: