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PACE service relaunches for young people

Monday, July 08, 2019

Sefton Sexual Health Service has relaunched its PACE clinics across the borough, which are specifically designed for young people aged 19 and under.

A new national patient safety strategy for the NHS

Monday, July 08, 2019

The first ever national patient safety strategy has been published to support NHS staff and organisations to ensure wherever NHS care is delivered, from GP practices to hospitals and in the community, that it is provided in the safest possible way.

Sefton Council clears the air on pollution initiatives

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

As National Clean Air Day (June 20) approaches, Sefton Council is reflecting on the work it has done to protect the borough’s air and help minimise the effects of air pollution on residents.

Love your lungs in Sefton

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

In recognition of Love your lungs week (June 17-23) local organisations are reminding residents of the support they have in Sefton to help with breathing conditions.

Diabetes programmes in Sefton gain accreditation

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Education programmes in Sefton that support people living with diabetes are the first in Merseyside to be recognised by a nationally respected institute in time for Diabetes Week 2019.

BOOK NOW to attend iLINKS X!

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Organised by NHS Informatics Merseyside, iLINKS X is a free to attend NHS conference and exhibition dedicated to showcasing innovation and technology in healthcare.

Patient power in Crosby makes a change for the better

Monday, June 10, 2019

Health commissioners in south Sefton are encouraging residents to get involved in their local NHS by joining their GPs practice’s patient group this national participation week (10 – 15 June).