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.
Volunteers from the local community have been thanked during National Allotment Week for their part in helping to bring Fort Amherst’s historic allotments back to their former glory as part of local projects to help improve health and wellbeing across Medway.
This summer, Public Health England, with support from Sport England, have once again teamed up with Disney to help get kids active throughout the holidays by playing 10 Minute Shake Up games.
After four and half years as Independent Chair of Medway Community Healthcare (MCH), Antony Kildare will leave at the end of July.
This summer Medway Council are running activity sessions for children aged 5 to 15 for children in receipt of benefit-related free school meals. These sessions are safe environments to learn, engage and play in new ways.
Its lovely to see the sunshine and be able to go out in the fresh air, but many parents are concerned about keeping their baby hydrated in the hot weather. Here are some suggestions to help you keep your baby well when it is hot.
Please be aware that from 9th August essential gas supply works will begin in the roads around the Walter Brice Centre and is likely to cause some disruption to staff and patients. The Centre will still be accessible however please expect delays and allow extra journey time when…
England’s Chief Nurse has reminded the public that everyone accessing or visiting healthcare settings must continue to wear a face covering and follow social distancing rules.
Following our invite to take part in the second phase of this important study earlier this year, we would now like to invite you to take part in the third phase of research being undertaken by the University of Portsmouth & NHS Southern Health.