People who have repeat prescriptions are being urged: don’t risk running out of medicines over the Easter holiday.
You can catch up on the latest developments in maternity services across Hampshire, Dorset, the Isle of Wight and Portsmouth and Southampton.
People in their 70s across Fareham and Gosport are being urged to protect themselves against shingles with a free vaccine.
Gosport’s Same Day Access Service (SDAS) is receiving high satisfaction rates from patients.
A National Lottery-funded Gosport project which helped people to plan for “a good death” has moved into a new phase.
Following the recent snow and icy weather, the local NHS is still very busy, including the Emergency Department (ED) at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth.
A Fareham GP is to speak at a London event to showcase the role of clinical leaders in transforming health care across England.
As severe winter weather conditions start to hit the South East of England this week, a local GP is advising people to wrap up warm and take extra care.
A GP today urged Gosport parents to ‘think pharmacy’ when their children are feeling under the weather.
An estimated 2,500 GP appointments a week – or 500 a day - in the Portsmouth area are taken up by patients with self-treatable conditions including as colds and tummy aches.
A leading GP is advising young women in Hampshire how a five minute test could detect potentially life threatening cancerous cells.
A leading Fareham GP today vowed there must no let-up in the challenge to tackle diabetes across south east Hampshire.
Falls are a common, but often overlooked cause of injury and for many older people, particularly those with long term health conditions, they can happen more often.
NHS services across the local area have seen an increase in demand over the past few weeks, including the Emergency Department (ED) at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth.