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PHB

26 February 2014

Personal health budgets set for roll-out 

Anyone with continuing healthcare needs will soon have the chance to take more control of the support and care they receive with a personal health budget.

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Is A&E for me

13 February 2014

Paper cut injuries and colds are among a list of 'emergencies' at A&E 

A paper cut, coughs and colds are among the minor injuries and ailments that have been seen in the county’s A&E departments this week, causing increased pressure on emergency services.

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Urgent care

12 February 2014

Have your say on urgent care services in Worcestershire 

NHS organisations across Worcestershire have jointly produced a draft Urgent Care Strategy, which sets out how the local NHS proposes to improve urgent care services.

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Flood

10 February 2014

Flood Update 

As you will be aware there is disruption in many parts of the county due to flooding. Advice and the most up to date position available can be found on the Worcestershire County Council website.


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Jonathan Wells

10 February 2014

Dr Jonathan Wells - Health Column 

You would have seen in the local media stories about the “Future of Acute Hospital Services in Worcestershire” (FoAHSW) programme that was set up in September by the local NHS bodies to take forward the acute hospital services review.

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Alexandra Hospital

5 February 2014

CCGs and Worcestershire Acute Hospitals agree next stage of the review of acute hospital services 

The Governing Bodies of the three CCGs in Worcestershire and the Board of Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust have accepted that the recommendations of the Independent Clinical Review Panel provide a safe and clinically sustainable model for hospital services.

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Early treatment

3 February 2014

People urged to seek treatment early 

NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is supporting a new campaign from NHS England called ‘The earlier, the better’.

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