Families, kids and youngsters
antenatal care, mums and babies and not forgetting the dads!
Working age people & students
Looking after yourself when you’re busy at work or studying is tough, We’ll help. We also plan to have better relationship with schools and colleges.
People with long term conditions
Optimise treatment of those with conditions such as hypertension and diabetes holistically rather than just medication.
Support physical and mental health of those aged over 70 and their carers.
Those who have learning disabilities, homeless, vulnerable migrants and sex workers.
People with mental health conditions
Wide group of those with low mood to severe mental health such s schizophrenia. Includes those with dementia.
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Here are our recent posts for diabetes
There are so many brilliant resources out there if you’re diabetic. Take a look at the two leaflets below from Better Living, which give advice on living with diabetes, and also how to cope if you’re fasting during Ramadan… For much more information, and also versions in 7 other languages including Punjabi, Arabic, Hindi, Polish, […]
Monday 16 – Sunday 22 April was Diabetes Prevention Week! Thanks to all those who came to our diabetes event on Thursday 19th, where we had short talks from our practice nurse, Morna, our student physician associate, Rowena, and Maria, our healthcare assistant on the prevention of diabetes – including the benefits of a healthy […]
Each year in the UK, 5% to 10% of people diagnosed with pre-diabetes go on to develop type 2 diabetes. People with pre-diabetes will often have no symptoms, but have an increased risk of diabetes and heart disease. What is Pre-diabetes? Pre-diabetes is also called Impaired Glucose Tolerance. Like diabetes, pre-diabetes is a condition where […]