Health and wellbeing
Find out about health services including drugs and alcohol, smoking, diet and exercise and mental health.
Monkeypox is a rare disease that is caused by infection with the monkeypox virus. Here you’ll find help, advice and information about the current Monkeypox situation locally.
Find out about the flu vaccine and see whether you can have it for free.
The Young Champions programme is a chance for our young residents to get involved in local health issues.
Help fight coronavirus by sharing the latest trustworthy information around your community.
Find out how social prescribing can help improve health and wellbeing by connecting you to social activities and services in the borough.
We are tackling childhood obesity in the borough through a Government backed scheme focused on advertising.
How to access GPs, dentists, chemists, opticians and hospitals.
Are things getting on top of you? Do you need someone to talk to or want somewhere to go for extra help?
Adults, children and young people all benefit from being a healthy weight, balancing a mixed diet with different activities, exercise or sports.
Information about our role in shaping local health services.
If you're aged 40–75, an NHS Health Check will improve your chances of having a healthier and longer life.
Find out how you can get help to quit smoking.
Find out where you can get information if you're worried about dementia.
Some conditions have specific screening tests to encourage early detection and treatment.
Parenting is one of the most important aspects of life. We can help with advice about what you need to consider when thinking of having a baby and as your children grow.
Useful information about the advice, help and treatment available in the borough for drug and alcohol users and the families and carers of drug and alcohol users.
Three clinics across the borough provide contraception, reproductive and sexual health services for men and women of all ages, including young people under 16.
Find out about a range of activities to help you lose weight, improve fitness and change your lifestyle.
Vulnerable older people (as well as any 18+ vulnerable adults) can get connected with local services that will help them maintain their independence, safety and wellbeing.