Health and social care organisations in Derbyshire have been working closely together for some time, to improve care and services for people and make them as efficient and effective as possible.
The Joined Up Care Derbyshire Board meets for the first time since it's approval to move the Integrated Care System status.
Groundwork to generate a Shared Care Record for each resident in Derbyshire and Derby city is continuing to progress well under the driving force of partnership organisation, Joined Up Care Derbyshire (JUCD).
Derbyshire GPs are due to begin vaccinating patients against Covid-19 at two additional sites from Monday, 21st December.
Chesterfield’s iconic Winding Wheel theatre will become Derbyshire’s latest COVID-19 vaccination site tomorrow (JANUARY 14), continuing the rapid rollout of the vaccination programme across the county.
A document summarising who, when and where patients can expect to receive their vaccine has been published by Derbyshire’s NHS in response to a recent flood of queries from patients wanting to know when they can have their vaccine.
The directors of public health in Derby and Derbyshire issue a plea to the public to follow regulations as the NHS deals with busiest period so far during the pandemic.
A Derbyshire-wide NHS initiative is reaching out to new and expectant parents to help improve maternity and neonatal services, and even to play a leading role to enact change.
Derby Arena will become Derbyshire’s largest COVID-19 vaccination site tomorrow [JANUARY 7], while the number of primary care sites more than doubles and the county’s vaccination programme continues to accelerate.
Health professionals working in Derbyshire’s NHS have been spelling out the current challenges facing the NHS, the day after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement of a further period of national lockdown, as pressure on the service continues to mount.
Residents of Ashbourne Lodge were among the first people to receive the COVID-19 vaccination in a Derbyshire care home, when they were vaccinated today.
Your NHS services in Derbyshire are still here for you during the coronavirus outbreak. This winter look after your physical and mental health by eating well and exercising regularly. If you have any health concerns, illnesses or injuries, get help and advice.
If you are pregnant or a parent to be, or had a baby recently and want to help make a difference to maternity services, we would love to hear from you.
Two more primary care COVID-19 vaccination sites opened for Derbyshire patients this week, as Newholme Hospital in Bakewell and Long Eaton Health Centre both began vaccinations.
Derbyshire has secured a £500,000 government funding boost to provide ‘green’ social prescribing, an initiative aimed at improving people’s mental health.
In a week of Covid vaccination “firsts,” 90 year old Herbert (Bert) Smith became the first person in Ripley to receive a vaccination at the Jessop Medical Practice on Steeple Drive. “You’re better off having it than not and that’s what I’m telling everyone” Bert said.
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