The latest news and information from Healthwatch Camden.
We are urging people to take extra care and to access NHS services wisely during the upcoming industrial action by both senior and junior doctors taking place from 7:00am on Monday 2 October to 7:00am on Thursday 5 October. The strikes are likely to have an impact on some NHS services and see some appointments…
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published a report following a focused inspection of surgical services at the Royal Free Hospital in January.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published two reports following an inspection of the community forensic mental health team at the Portman Clinic and specialist community mental health services for children and young people (CAMHS) at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust in January and February.
With junior doctors currently staging a four-day strike, we urge all parties involved to find a solution that puts patients first.
Information and advice for upcoming strikes.
Information and advice from Diabetes UK.
We are proud to announce a new initiative encouraging Camden residents to book screenings for bowel and cervical cancers.
Healthwatch Camden are looking for local volunteers to help spread awareness of high blood pressure in Camden.
A study conducted by Healthwatch Camden has found that many local women and families are finding it hard to access quality maternity care and support.
Here’s a little insight into what we got up to in 2022.
This winter will be a tough one for many across Camden. We have collected a range of links to help people manage some health and financial challenges of this winter.
With a record seven million people awaiting hospital treatment, Louise Ansari, our National Director, told BBC News that people need reassuring that the NHS is still there to help them.