On World Diabetes Day (14 November), people living in Birmingham and Solihull are being encouraged to take small steps to prevent developing Type 2 diabetes.
Over 100,000 people in Birmingham and Solihull live with diabetes, with most cases being Type 2. This leaves people vulnerable to vision loss and blindness, kidney...
Plans that will eventually see the full integration of the 999 and 111 services in the West Midlands (except Staffordshire) have taken an important step forward with the 111 service transferring to West Midlands Ambulance Service.
The change, which took place yesterday (5 November 2019) at noon, is the first ...
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RT @BhamUpdates: The new NHS #Birmingham and #Solihull Health App replaces and improves on previous local apps. Discover why this app was c…
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Community pharmacists are highly qualified health care professionals, who can provide clinical advice and prompt tr… https://t.co/1p5nRKo3re
Not sure what to do? Go straight to 111. Call or go online: https://t.co/GLW1cbfvhx https://t.co/hOg2MJeI6d