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A year in review, by Sir Andrew Morris

2018 was another positive year for health and social care across the Frimley Health and Care Integrated Care System. We continued to make the most of the opportunity to reshape the way that local people can stay well, access care and treatment, and remain out of hospital with the right help and support that they need. Staff from across all of our partners are having a real imp ...

Celebrating 70 years of the NHS

People shaping the health and social care services of the future for 800,000 patients from Farnham to Slough are tomorrow/today (Thursday, July 5) celebrating the NHS’ 70th birthday. The Frimley Health and Care Integrated Care System (ICS) brings together 30 different organisations to provide joined-up services to 800,000 people. It is one of the latest steps in a long journe ...

Busy during the working day? See your GP in the evening or at the weekend instead

Local GPs are reminding patients that they can have routine appointments on weekday evenings and at weekends if they need to. Since last year, surgeries across the Frimley Health and Care Integrated Care System (ICS) - from Slough in the north to Farnham in the south - have been offering increased access to GP services. The change was made to further open up GP services to as ...

The Frimley and Wexham Maternity Voices Partnership wants to hear from you

Did you know that Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust includes two large Maternity Units – at Wexham Park and Frimley Park hospitals – which oversee around 9,500 births each year?The Frimley and Wexham Maternity Voices Partnership is part of the ‘Better Births’ national programme to transform maternity services with the vision of making them even safer, kinder, more personalise ...

£450,000 to help patients have their say on health services

A WINDFALL of £450,000 has been announced to support practical and innovative ways of helping patients improve health services. The Building Health Partnerships programme has been awarded the money from NHS England and the National Lottery – through the Big Lottery Fund. The funding will provide tailored support for co-production to 10 areas, helping to more easily involve pa ...