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 latest NHS England statistics show that Joined Up Care Derbyshire has the fourth highest rate of vaccinations in England.
The latest NHS England statistics show Joined Up Care Derbyshire now has the fifth highest Covid-19 vaccination rate in the country, with nearly 66% of people aged 16 or older now having received at least one dose.
Local Derbyshire GPs are urging Muslims not to delay having their Covid-19 vaccine – first or second dose – during the holy month of Ramadan, which is due to start on the evening of Monday 12 April 2021.
MHRA says benefits of vaccination continue to outweigh any risks
Anybody who needs medical advice or to visit a pharmacy over the Easter bank holiday should plan ahead to allow for reduced GP and pharmacy provision over this period.
Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust is excited to announce the launch of the Derbyshire DadPad app, which aims to help dads to be prepare for parenthood – from antenatal care to home safety.
A High Peak hospice charity providing free palliative and end of life care to local patients, is thanking its volunteers and donors for their unwavering support during the past year.
The Macmillan Information and Support Centre Team at Chesterfield Royal Hospital’s NGS Macmillan Unit have come up with a digital solution to help patients access the Centre services.
On Friday 26 March 21, a COVID-19 vaccination clinic will be taking place at Pakistan Community Centre for eligible cohorts, from 10am-2pm.
As of March 21, the total sat at 501,053, which represents a remarkable vaccination rate of just over 4,800 per day or roughly one vaccination every 20 seconds. It is also more doses administered than in the whole of Australia.
We are delighted to announce a new initiative to support aspiring nursing and midwifery leaders from a BAME background.
100 days ago Derbyshire began the biggest vaccination programme in the history of the NHS, and today – Wednesday 17 March – the NHS in Derbyshire is marking the milestone with a video bringing together some of the highlights from the journey so far.
Derbyshire’s two largest hospitals trusts expect to return to normal levels of urgent surgical activity by the end of June, restoring crucial services which have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Qualifying unpaid carers under 65 are now being called up for COVID-19 vaccines as the programme rolls out across Derbyshire.
This week is Sign Language Week, aimed at promoting the importance of British Sign Language (BSL) for all. Derbyshire has the second largest Deaf BSL community outside of London, and many have still needed support to access healthcare through the Coronavirus pandemic. Thanks to Communication Unlimited, this has been possible.
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