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.
Find out more about the NHS response to coronavirus (Covid-19) in Derby and Derbyshire by reading regular briefings from Derby and Derbyshire NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
As we approach Bonfire Night, Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (DFRS) is calling on members of the public NOT to have bonfires on their own private property.
Health bosses in Derbyshire are alerting patients to growing pressures on NHS services, as the multiple impacts of the pandemic, winter pressures and continued service restoration converge.
Enjoy yourself, but safely is the message that is being communicated this year for the spooky season of Halloween.
“If you’ve got symptoms, act like you’ve got it and stay at home.” That’s the message from Derbyshire’s Director of Public Health for people in the High Peak following another sharp increase in coronavirus cases.
A big conversation is being launched with members of the public about their experience of Covid-19 and how this might inform future service delivery.
Stay safe on your journey to school or college, and walk or cycle where you can. Find out more about returning to school safely at gov.uk/backtoschool
If you are an unpaid carer, caring for a loved one or friend, it is important to be prepared for every eventuality.
Government guidelines have been relaxed in many areas now relating to Covid-19 and you will be able to mix with more people and access venues and locations that were previously closed. However, it is really important we make you aware that many restrictions still remain in place in the hospitals where you are receiving your maternity care.
The Derbyshire Dementia Support Service is HERE to support people living with dementia and their carers during the COVID-19 crisis.
Clinicians are thanking patients for preventing the spread of Covid-19 by wearing face coverings in GP surgeries and hospitals.
The team leading efforts to reboot Derby’s economy after the COVID-19 crisis has revealed details of its recovery strategy.
Access the latest updates and resources related to managing your type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes Week aims to raise awareness about #TheBigPicture of living with diabetes and raise funds to support vital research.
More than 200,000 people are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes every year – and that means the risk of serious health complications and early death.
The health, safety and wellbeing of our patients, communities and individuals and teams remain our absolute priority.
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