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Working to improve the health of homeless people

30th June 2017

New figures released on 30 June 2017 by the Mayor of London show the rise of the number of rough sleepers on the streets of the capital has effectively halted for first time since 2009. Healthy London Partnership, working on behalf of London clinical commissioning groups and NHS England (London) works to improve the health of people […]

Manage your health from your mobile 24/7

26th June 2017

A campaign launches today to encourage Londoners to manage their health online in the same way they manage other areas of their life such as banking and shopping. GP online services is a quick, easy and secure way to book GP appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view parts of your GP health record, including information about […]

Manage your health, your way with GP online services

23rd June 2017

Dr Murray Ellender is a London GP and a partner in The Hurley Group practices. He is also CEO of eConsult. Here he explains his passion for digital innovation in primary care and its potential to affordably transform everyday healthcare.  We get our news, shopping and banking online. Now we can manage our health online […]

GP online services are brilliant!

23rd June 2017

Bipin Dittani is a local resident of Harrow, a GP patient and chair of his local practice patient group. Here he describes why he’s a fan of the GP online services that take the hassle out of seeing a GP. I’m a big supporter of GP online services and feel so strongly about patients having […]

Mayor of London invites feedback on his Transport Strategy

21st June 2017

The Mayor of London is asking for your views on his draft Transport Strategy that launched on 21 June 2017. It sets out his vision and ambitious plan to reshape transport in London over the next 25 years to create a better city for all Londoners. Visit TFL’s website to give your views on the […]

London Bridge attack post-incident support pathways

14th June 2017

Following the terrorist attack in the London Bridge area, we have developed support pathways for staff across NHS systems. These have drawn heavily on the work undertaken in Manchester following the incident in May, and on London’s experts across the NHS, public health and from leading voluntary sector organisations. The pathways aim to help services […]

Ready for a new challenge? Become our Head of Portfolio and Operations

9th June 2017

Do you have extensive NHS portfolio / project management experience and a proven track record of success in delivering large-scale and complex projects? We are looking for an outstanding individual to take on the role of Head of Portfolio and Operations. This is a exciting opportunity to make a postitive impact on London’s health and […]

Supporting Londoners affected by cancer

16th May 2017

Dr Philippa Hyman, Macmillan Mental Health Clinical Lead for our Transforming Cancer Services team, writes about how we’re working to improve psychological support for people affected by cancer. One in two people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives. Earlier diagnosis and improved treatment means more Londoners are now surviving cancer and […]

60 seconds with Eugenia Lee

13th May 2017

Dr Eugenia Lee is GP lead, Healthy London Partnership’s Children and Young People’s Programme. We asked her to tell us a few of the reasons that she’s so passionate about improving children and young people’s health in the capital. What is the biggest challenges to improving health for children and young people in London? There is a huge richness […]

Helping pregnant women and new mums get emotional support

12th May 2017

We have produced new material to raise awareness of the free, confidential support available to pregnant women and new parents who are struggling emotionally. As many as one in five women experience mental health problems during pregnancy and in the first year after their baby’s birth. Improving access to psychological therapy (IAPT ) services give […]