Everyone has a part to play to reduce medicines waste. If everyone makes small changes then together with can make a massive difference to reducing waste and looking after our NHS. (more…)
Domestic or sexual abuse and violence can affect anyone. Domestic violence and abuse is defined as any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour. (more…)
Taking ANTIBIOTICS when you don’t need them puts you and your family at risk. Remember if you’re feeling unwell antibiotics aren’t always needed. For more information go to http://antibioticguardian.com/assets/KAW_leaflet_final.pdf
Do you have a learning disability? Don’t miss out on getting better healthcare. Tell us if you have a learning disability and we can check that you are on our register, you will be offered the support you need to make things easier, like : – extra time and support during your appointment […]
FEET FIRST “FROM BIRTH TO BEYOND” The Ferry Road Health Centre & Rye Medical Centre Patient Participation Groups invite you to a presentation by Paula Riley (Senior Lecturer in Podiatry – Brighton University) on Wednesday 27th September 2017 at 6.30pm at the Rye Community Primary School. Free Car Parking at Love Lane entrance COMPLIMENTARY REFRESHMENTS […]
Getting painful sunburn just once every two years, can triple your risk of melanoma skin cancer. For men in the UK, melanoma skin cancer is the sixth most common cancer, with around 7,700 cases diagnosed in 2014 alone. Those who work outside are at higher risk of skin cancer. Apply sunscreen to all exposed skin, […]
The Bobby Moore Fund have teamed up with the England Footballers Foundation to launch the ‘Moore to Know’ health campaign. The campaign aims to : Increase awareness of bowel cancer Highlight signs and symptoms Help educate people, specifically men, on ways to prevent the disease Encourage the uptake of the NHS screening programme For more […]
Regular singing in a relaxed friendly group can help with managing conditions such as Asthma, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and other lung problems. Starting on 6th March (for twelve weeks) “Singing for Better Breathing” will be running free sessions in Camber, Winchelsea Beach and Rye Harbour. If you are interested in attending, or for […]
Our Christmas Raffle raised £352 for St. Michael’s Hospice. Thank you all for your support. We wish you a Happy and Healthy 2017.
There is a blood donation session at Rye College, The Grove, TN31 7ND on Thursday 22nd December 2016. Appointments are available between 13:30-16:00 and 17:00-20:00. To make an appointment please call 0300 123 23 23 or go on-line at http://www.blood.co.uk Save a life. Give blood.