My Life a Full Life Programme Director comments on the welcome news about the One Public Estate funding secured by the Isle of Wight Council which will contribute to the development of locality hubs on the Island.
Matthew Swindells, NHS England National Director for Operations and Information visited the Isle of Wight last week (Friday 3 February) to see first-hand, how the Island is working together to tackle some of its health and care challenges as part of the My Life a Full Life new model of care.
A new health, fitness and wellbeing roadshow will hit the streets the end of this month, which will see the Isle of Wight Council’s public health team linking up with 1Leisure to encourage more people to get fit and healthy this year. The initiative is part of My Life a Full Life – the new way in which health and care services are being planned and provided on the Island both now and in the future.
The Isle of Wight Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is consulting on the impact of changes to the walk-in access to GP Urgent Care Service based at St. Mary’s Hospital, during weekdays.
Isle of Wight (IW) Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is consulting on the future of services provided by GP practices between late December and mid-February.
Community Action Isle of Wight and the Isle of Wight Clinical Commissioning Group are holding a first meeting for a new support group for islanders living with coeliac disease
The Urgent Care Service at St. Mary’s continues to be very busy.
The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) has been published today (Wednesday 23rd November).
Isle of Wight NHS Trust won second place for having the largest impact on body weight and waist circumference after competing against 72 other Trusts and Health Centres across the UK.
The Beacon Health Centre has been redesigned into the Urgent Care Service (UCS) which is co-located with the Emergency Department at St Mary’s and treats urgent care needs only.
According to national statistics, one in three adults in England report having experienced a traumatic event in their life and one in six adults report having a common mental health problem in the last week. For some people this is short lived, but for others it can cause ongoing distress and can impact on their quality of life.
“You’re not wasting anyone’s time by getting symptoms checked.” is the advice from healthcare professionals in support of the latest national Be Clear on Cancer campaign which raises awareness of lung disease and lung cancer.
The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Sustainability and Transformation Plan is still in development.
Age Friendly Island’s second annual Celebrating Age Festival begins on the International Older Persons Day on 1st October 2016.
During hot spells vulnerable groups, such as the older people, feel the acute effects of heat more than others and it’s long been recognised that death rates rise in the early stages of heatwaves.
A popular health and wellbeing roadshow returns to Ryde next month with a host of local organisations offering support and advice.
Whether you're out and about this weekend enjoying the Island or catching up on DIY and jobs in the garden, make the most of the Bank Holiday weekend by using the most appropriate NHS service should you need medical help or advice.
As temperatures rise across the Island, the number of people attending St Mary’s Hospital is also reaching peak levels again with very poorly people needing to be admitted to hospital wards at St Mary’s.
People on the Island are being invited to an event on 29 June in Newport to hear the emerging ideas that could change the face of health and social care.
A free event to connect people of all ages with the community support groups and organisations that can help them stay safe, healthy and well is coming to Cowes.
Some of the country’s leading figures in health and social care are working with people on the Island to reshape the way these services are delivered on the Island.
The My Life A Full Life programme will be hosting a series of public events in May as part of a redesign of health and care services on the Island.
The My Life A Full Life programme is calling for expressions of interest from people on the Island who want to become more involved in helping to shape the future of its health and care services.
A series of events to provide practical help and advice to people affected by falls, or worried about falling, are being held throughout April.
The first in a number of events to gather feedback from the public on the future of health and care on the Island were held last week.
Isle of Wight NHS is reminding Islanders to please use NHS services appropriately this Easter holiday.
A new strategy aiming to ensure the best possible care is provided to people nearing the end of their life has been launched by health professionals on the Isle of Wight.
The My Life A Full Life programme is calling on Islanders to help shape the future of the Isle of Wight’s health and care services. The call comes as the programme publishes a new leaflet – Caring for our Island: Time to act - which sets out some of the significant challenges facing the Island and why everyone should get involved in shaping the changes to come. The pressures facing the Island mean that health and care services will have to look at doing things differently in the future.
Mental health and disability expert Eddie Bartnik is to visit the Isle of Wight to celebrate the strides the Island has made in introducing the Local Area Coordination (LAC) approach through the My Life a Full Life (MLaFL) programme.
Trust Board reaffirms My Life a Full Life as organisation’s future direction.