Medway Community Healthcare (MCH) provides a wide range of high quality community health services for Medway residents; from health visitors and district nurses to speech and language therapists and out of hours urgent care.
Nathan, aged 13, has had a stammer since he was little. In August, he attended a stammering group for young people aged 10-17, run by Speech and Language Therapists from Medway Community Healthcare (MCH).
On Saturday 31 August, Medway Community Healthcare (MCH) welcomed David Pisoni, South Australian Minister for Innovation and Skills.
On 4 October we will officially launch Harmony House, and you’re invited! As part of this grand opening, we will offer tours of the brand new guesthouse; the opportunity to talk to staff about the service and facilities available; and additionally, the chance to pop into the…
Do you want to improve the quality of life of children with Asthma? This is a co-production event for partners and parents who work with, or care for, children and young people who have Asthma or viral induced wheeze.
The Met Office has issued a heatwave alert. In the South East, we will be reaching at level 2 over the Bank Holiday weekend – meaning that a heatwave is forecast.
The NHS and local councils want to transform health and care services for children and young people and are calling on local people to get involved and help.
On Thursday 18 July, we celebrated ‘MCH Pride’. Staff signed up to the Rainbow Charter and received a Rainbow Badge as a way to show that MCH offers open, non-judgemental and inclusive care for patients and their families, who identify as LGBT+.