The NHS in Kent and Medway is today announcing proposals to create three new ‘hyper acute’ stroke units in Kent and Medway.

Congratulations to Wendy Daws of the Mess Room for being named in the Queen’s New Year’s honours list.

The Kent and Medway Sustainability and Transformation Partnership have published feedback on Listening Events held across Kent and Medway from July to October 2017.

For a list of opening times for pharmacies across the Medway area, please click here.

Medway Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), which is responsible for planning and buying local NHS services, has been lifted out of ‘legal directions’.

The Medway Model is a new way of joining up local health and care services so that, where appropriate and possible, they can be delivered closer to people’s homes.

Staff at Medway Clinical Commissioning Group have been leading the fight against flu by getting vaccinated against the virus.

29 October 2017 is World Stroke Day.

Did you know that we’re reviewing stroke services in Kent and Medway and have plans to improve them?

Medway Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is calling for local people’s views on community health services.

For a list of opening times for pharmacies across the Medway area, please click here.

Medway residents are being urged to comment on plans that will make it easier for patients to access urgent care services in one place, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Alzheimer’s Society, Kent and Medway NHS Partnership Trust and other local organisations have officially launched a drop-in, one-stop shop for people with dementia and their carers.

Medway Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), which is responsible for planning and buying local NHS services, has been rated ‘good’ in its annual assessment by NHS England.

An inspirational GP from Kent who set up a programme that has helped hundreds of people battling with mental health problems has been recognised with a national honour.

Congratulations go to a Medway nurse for having her dedication recognised at the Practice Nurse Conference.

A new gym in Chatham is the first business to sign up to Medway Time Credits, an innovative social currency scheme that recognises the time people give to their community.