The Easter bank holiday is just around the corner and people are being urged to consider if they have enough medicine to last.
Three Fareham area GP practices which have 40,000 patients have entered into a formal arrangement for working more closely together.
In this Diabetes Prevention Week (1-7 April), people in the Fareham and Gosport areas are being urged to join a national programme to help them reduce their risk of Type 2 diabetes.
After months of detailed planning, two neighbouring Lee-on-the-Solent practices will formally merge next Monday (April 1).
Anyone who is still lighting up after this week’s National No Smoking Day is being urged: don’t give up on giving up.
Phase two of plans to streamline phlebotomy (blood taking) services across part of Hampshire will be introduced soon.
A Hampshire GP has welcomed the UK’s first ‘Social Prescribing Day,’ due to be held Thursday March 14.
The number of antibiotics being prescribed in the Portsmouth and south east Hampshire area is falling thanks to better awareness about when to use them.