Monday 3 March 2014 is NHS change day - the idea is to get NHS staff, patients and the public to pledge to do one thing to make the NHS better.
Wednesday 12 March marks No Smoking Day and is the perfect opportunity for smokers across Lambeth to set their goal and quit smoking.
We are encouraging Lambeth residents to think about lung cancer as part of the national Be Clear on Cancer campaign.
Find out about our campaign to tell people they should only go to A&E when absolutely necessary. It also raises awareness of the alternative health services available.
We are running a campaign to raise awareness of medicines waste and how by taking simple steps we can save the NHS money.
As winter approaches, it’s now time for those at greatest risk from flu to protect themselves and their families, and get flu safe with a free flu jab.
Welcome to NHS Lambeth Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
NHS Lambeth CCG is responsible for commissioning or ‘buying’ healthcare services for the people who live and work in the borough.
We want you to get involved and share your experiences of NHS services in Lambeth. Find out more about our current engagement projects and events here.
This area is just for our GP members. It is a place for GPs to find up to date pathway referral forms, updates on CCG business and clinical network development opportunities.
We are encouraging local people to think about lung cancer as part of the national Be Clear on Cancer campaign running throughout March. Lung cancer is England’s biggest cancer killer claiming around 28,100 lives every year.
NHS Lambeth CCG is celebrating NHS Change Day on Monday 3 March 2014. Our pledge as a CCG is to use easy to understand language in everything we write.
Wednesday 12 March marks No Smoking Day and is the perfect opportunity for smokers across Lambeth to set their goal and quit smoking. Remember – it’s never too late and support is available.
During February the 'Not always A&E' campaign continues in south east London. You will have seen posters on buses, bus stops and billboards. Have you read the leaflet explaining the alternative services available?