7th June 2021

Dietitians Week: 7-11 June

Neha Shah is Macmillan Oncology Specialist Dietitian, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at MCH. Here she explains #WhatDietitiansDo, as part of Dietitians Week and to celebrate the profession.

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20th May 2021

New community kitchen unveiled as part of project ASPIRE in Medway

The installation of a brand-new, purpose-built, community kitchen at St. Augustine’s Church in Gillingham has been unveiled today as part of the ASPIRE project in Medway which is being delivered by MCH.

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18th May 2021

Be WeatherReady this Summer

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5th May 2021

Virtual postnatal groups: Book now

Join us for a free, five week virtual postnatal group designed to enable new parents to meet other parents, whilst exploring and learning about relevant topics for the first year of life.

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28th April 2021

Child Friendly Medway Research

If you are under 25 and live in Medway, this is your chance to shape the future. Be heard by taking a short survey and share what matters most to you.

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23rd April 2021

‘Seeds of Hope’ for Snapdragons Children’s Centre in Strood

This week the team at Snapdragon’s Children’s Centre were delighted to accept some sunflower seeds and plants from Morrisons in Walderslade for the facility’s gardens.

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19th April 2021

Our blood test service booking number has changed

As part of ongoing improvements to our blood test booking service, we are pleased to share a new phone number.

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16th April 2021

UK Foot Health Week 2021: 10 simple steps to prevent foot problems

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12th April 2021

Further easing of lockdown restrictions

As more restrictions ease today across Medway, please follow the guidance in place to protect one another. Remember, Hands. Face. Space. Fresh air.

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31st March 2021

Help improve care for Long Covid sufferers 

NHS Kent and Medway Clinical Commissioning Group want to hear from anyone in Kent and Medway who has had Covid-19 and has continued to experience symptoms over a longer period of time – particularly for more than four weeks, and also from family carers.

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