Our bodies change throughout our lives, and while exercise is important no matter what your age, it’s important as we get older to focus on body strengthening to keep strong. This helps joints and muscles that are more prone to injury as we age, as well as ensuring we keep fit to avoid a
Patients of Brantsbridge Primary Care Centre were recently asked to complete an independently carried out survey on the quality of care they have received with us. This has provided an invaluable insight into what we are getting right and where we need to improve to ensure we are continuing to offer an ever better
It’s been 10 years since the smoking ban came into force, and what a change it has made. Not only have our towns and cities changed, but it seems our society is getting healthier too. Smoking rates have been falling and more people are turning to e-cigarettes as a way to try and quit.
Recently we commissioned an independent survey of our patients to see how they rated the out of hours service at St Marks Primary Care Centre. The results offer a fantastic insight into where we are doing well and where we need to improve to make sure we continue to offer our patients the best
The number of syphilis cases in the UK has reached the highest level since 1949; newly published figures from Public Health England (PHE) have shown. According to these statistics, there were 5,920 diagnosed cases of syphilis in 2016, 12% more than in 2015 and almost 50% more than the 3,001 confirmed cases in 2012. The fact