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Recent news

12/07/2017

The 2017 Inpatient Mental Health Survey is underway, we want to hear from you!

11/07/2017

Newsletter July 2017

11/07/2017

Aggregated data for January 2017 to March 2017

10/07/2017

The agenda for the meeting of the Health and Wellbeing Board to be held on Tuesday, 18th July, 2017 at 4.00 pm has just been published.

10/07/2017

LINKAGE is a study designed to understand the needs of older people in Camden. 

We are inviting you to take part in a research study about ageing in Camden. We would like to understand more about the causes and consequences of hospitalisation on your overall health.

10/07/2017

HS2 Ltd is seeking views on how it can develop the HS2 station at Euston.

Visit HS2 Ltd’s website to find out more about its plans for the station and complete their survey by Thursday 13 July. 

10/07/2017

Findings from CQC’s initial programme of comprehensive inspections in adult social care.

10/07/2017

TRISHA BAIN – CHIEF QUALITY OFFICER FOR THE LAS
CQC REPORT ON THE LAS – GREAT PROGRESS, CARE OUTSTANDING, STILL IN SPECIAL MEASURES

           

10/07/2017

Camden residents have told us they want us to look at oral health care and dental services in the borough. 

19/06/2017

Why are we doing this survey?

We want to understand your experience of using termination of pregnancy services. We will use your feedback to make sure that the services we develop in the future meet the needs of everyone in Camden.

16/06/2017

New parts of the country set to benefit from expansion of diabetes prevention programme as NHS England drives forward changes to support people to live healthier lives. Includes NHS Camden CCG.

16/06/2017

If you or someone you know was a witness, victim and /or has been affected by the recent events in London or Manchester please read the useful advice below.

15/06/2017

Sight and hearing loss is more common than you think, let’s talk about it this Deafblind Awareness Week.

26th June – 2nd July 2017