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Brighton and Hove Primary Care Trust is encouraging people to think about their health needs before attending the A&E, calling an ambulance or contacting the out-of-hours GP service.
17 October 2005
Thousands of citizens across the UK are telling the government how they want future health and community services to look like.
10 October 2005
The annual Department of Health flu immunisation campaign was launched last week in Brighton and Hove. Local residents and parents of children who are at risk from flu are being urged by their GPs to claim a free flu jab.
22 September 2005
Brighton and Hove City Primary Care Trust (PCT) holds its third Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday 27th September when local people will have the opportunity to hear about health services in the city.
20 September 2005
Brighton and Hove City Primary Care Trust (PCT) has decided to support the proposal of an NHS trust delivering mental health, learning disability and substance misuse services for the whole of Sussex.
02 September 2005
John James has been appointed Interim Chief Executive of Brighton and Hove City Teaching Primary Care Trust on a secondment basis until April 2006.
31st August 2005
People who suffer from any long term health condition such as diabetes, Depression and ME can now improve the self management of their condition by joining the PCT's Experts Patients Programme.
26 August 2005
For the second year running, NHS trusts in Brighton and Hove are taking part in the job fair aimed at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people, A Place at the Table, at Hove Town Hall on Thursday 1st September.
26 July 2005
Brighton and Hove City Teaching Primary Care Trust (PCT) which organises and pays for the city’s health and care services has been awarded one star for its work by the Healthcare Commission.
25 July 2005
Mile Oak Medical Centre has moved into a brand new building. An informal Open Afternoon will take place on the 29th July between 2.30pm and 5.30pm for patients and local residents.
27 June 2005
So What is Sexual Health? SWiSH is a new and exciting website for young people, providing information on sexual health issues and local services. The site has been produced by Brighton and Hove City Teaching Primary Care Trust in partnership with Brighton and Hove City Council and will go live on the 1st July.
13 June 2005
Gary Needle, Chief Executive of Brighton and Hove City Teaching Primary Care Trust (PCT) since February 2002, has today announced that he will leave his post on 31 August to take up a senior role at the Healthcare Commissionas Head of the Improvement Programme.
13 June 2005
Consultation begins next week (14 June 2005) on a major new strategy which aims to improve the way we grow, buy and eat our food in Brighton and Hove in a bid to improve health and the environment.
07 May 2005
A new-look website has been launched by the NHS in Brighton and Hove at www.brightonhovecitypct.nhs.uk.
09 May 2005
Public consultation across the whole of Sussex starts on 9 th May 2005 and ends on 19 th August 2005.
09 February 2005
Smoking could soon be banned at all council venues used for work, entertainment or hospitality.
19 January 2005
NHS services will be in for further improvement next year following a detailed survey of local patient opinion.
24 January 2005
A new “lads’ mag” has been published by the NHS in Brighton and Hove in a groundbreaking initiative
17 January 2005
Proposals for two new polyclinics and a series of new GP ‘super-surgeries’ in Brighton and Hove
10 January 2005
A new support service for people with Parkinson’s disease has been launched in Brighton and Hove
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