Pharmacy opening hours for Early May Bank Holiday and Spring Bank Holiday

Where to go if you need medical help over Bank Holiday With London still in lockdown, and residents being advised to stay home as much as possible, it can be hard to know what to do if you’re unwell. To help you access the right health service for your needs, we’ve provided information about the […]

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Children’s A&Es at University College Hospital and Royal Free Hospital are open

The children and young people’s A&Es and general inpatient wards at University College Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital have now reopened.  The re-openings follow temporary changes made in 2020 to ensure patients and families could continue to receive safe and high quality care during a second COVID-19 surge and winter pressures. Children’s emergency and […]

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Updated AstraZeneca guidance

The UK vaccination programme has been very successful, with over 30 million people vaccinated and 6,000 lives saved. There have been some reports of a very rare condition involving blood clots. Although extremely rare, there appears to be a higher risk in people shortly after the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Around 4 people […]

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Children’s A&Es at University College Hospital and Royal Free Hospital to reopen in April

Temporary changes were made to children and young people’s services in North Central London last year to ensure patients and families could continue to receive safe and high quality care during a period of increased demand for services due to Covid-19. These changes were always temporary and we have now agreed it is safe to […]

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#NOMORE Week (7 – 13 March)

North Central London is supporting NO MORE Week, an annual, international opportunity to come together to raise awareness of domestic abuse and sexual violence, inspiring individuals, organisations, and communities to make a change. It will run from Sunday 7 to Saturday 13 March 2021, coinciding with International Women’s Day on Monday 8 March. During the […]

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COVID-19 vaccine webinar for Enfield residents – Wednesday 17 February (1 – 3pm)

We are hosting an online event to enable Enfield residents to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine. The event will take place via Zoom on Wednesday 17 February at 1 – 3pm. During the event, our panel of experts and General Practitioners will: Provide advice and information about the vaccine Listen to your concerns and […]

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Information on coronavirus (COVID-19) for non-UK nationals

COVID-19 is an illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a virus called coronavirus.  This page includes specific information for non-UK nationals.  For general health information and advice, please visit the NHS website. This includes advice on what to do if you are self-isolating, information about services such as Track and Trace, and how and […]

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Haringey residents: Share your views on the future of local Whittington Health services

Whittington Health is reviewing the locations of some of its health services in Haringey and want to hear the views of their patients and local people. About the proposals Whittington Health is proposing to create a children and young people’s health centre at Tynemouth Road Health Centre. Planned renovations at the hub, based on feedback […]

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