MEANWHILE Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals have seen the number of treatments for people aged ten to 19 rise from less than eight in 2010/11 to 130 in 2017/18.
FOLLOWING a recommendation from Healthwatch Thurrock and agreed by the Joint Committee of the five clinical commissioning groups in mid and south Essex, the People’s Panel was created to provide an independent view on the matters relating to the relocation of services from Orsett Hospital.
PATIENTS are to be asked to share GP appointments with up to 14 other people.
BRAVE Felicity Thomas, 8, raised more than £1,000 for Macmillan by having her long pony tail cut off for charity. Felicity spent a whole year carefully growing her waist-length hair so it could be cut and donated to the Little Princess Trust to be made into a wig for children who have lost their own […]
Bluebird Care Thurrock and Castle Point supports World Alzheimer’s Day 2018 BLUEBIRD Care Thurrock and Castle Point is supporting World Alzheimer’s Day on Friday 21st September. The aim of the day is to raise awareness of dementia, understand its impact on people’s lives and strategies to help people live comfortably with dementia. Dementia is a […]
THURROCK Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) in partnership with Diabetes UK will hold a free event to help people with diabetes know what services are available to them and to provide feedback on those services.
Opportunity to talk about Autism. Full details on poster.
Mental Health: There is someone to Reach Out at Hardie Park. Full details on poster.
ON Tuesday 4th September 2018 at the “Old Regent Ballroom”, in Stanford Le Hope, St Luke’s Hospice, in partnership with other prominent organisations in the Basildon and Thurrock area,
A VITAL document that could have blocked an application to build more than 100 homes was overlooked by the council, despite it being publicly available on their website.
THE intention is that those outpatient services will be provided equally across the integrated medical centres and Basildon and Brentwood. The way that could work is, for example orthopaedic outpatients, could be provided on different days at different centres
Stanford/Corringham and Tilbury Community First Responders presented with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service on Wednesday (5th September).
A GROUP of life-saving volunteers have received a prestigious award to recognise the work they do in the Essex community.
ALMOST ten per cent of consultant appointments were missed in Thurrock, the highest rate in Essex, costing the NHS more than £1 million.
Grays organisation receives £10K lottery money to advise on blood diseases that affect black community
A Grays organisation has received a car boost to help raise awareness of blood diseases affecting the black community in Thurrock.
THIRTY-TWO per cent of all Thurrock residents are organ donors. The figures have been released for all areas across the country. Some areas are good and some less so. The London borough of Barking and Dagenham has the UK’s lowest figure, with only 16.0 per cent registered, closely followed by Harlow with 16.2 per cent. […]
ALL medical centres replacing Orsett Hospital are expected to be operational by the end 2021, according to a report released ahead of a Thurrock Council meeting.
A THURROCK bus service could be rerouted to stop at two of the four new medical centres that will replace Orsett Hospital.
A CANCER patient from Thurrock who lost most of his penis to a flesh-eating superbug has won a six-figure payout.
The age of interventional radiology at the Annual Member’s Meeting The focus of the 14th Annual Member’s Meeting (AMM) will be The Age of Interventional Radiology by Dr Jeremy Rabouhans, lead consultant for interventional radiology. Interventional radiology refers to minimally invasive procedures performed under imaging guidance with x-ray, ultrasound, CT or MRI, to make both […]
DOCTOR’S surgery in Grays has been rated as Good.
END of Life Care starts when you require it, whether you are approaching the last few days, months or even years of your life.
PLANS to build an Integrated Medical Centre (IMC) that will bring health and care services to the heart of Tilbury are set to take a significant step forward with Thurrock Council expected to give the green light to provide up to £20million of funding.
By Local Democracy Reporter, Steve Shaw THE deputy chief executive of the Basildon and Thurrock Hospital Trust has spoken of his frustration over the way political parties have distorted the closure of Orsett Hospital by using it for political means. Tom Abell, deputy chief executive and chief transformation officer at the trust set the record […]
THE group representing hospitals and ambulance services in England has warned of a lack of “contingency planning” to deal with the impact of a no-deal Brexit on the health service reports the BBC.