• Live Well in Mid Essex

    Live Well in Mid Essex

    We want everyone in mid Essex to Live Well. For us this means developing and planning services that help support you to lead healthy, fulfilling lives.

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  • Die Well Essex

    Die Well Essex

    What does "celebrating life" mean to you? Join our photo campaign and help start a conversation about why dying matters

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  • GP appointment. Can't make it? Don't need it? Cancel it!

    GP appointment. Can't make it? Don't need it? Cancel it!

    Not cancelling your GP appointment prevents others from being seen

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  • Think!


    Keep Accident and Emergency for those who really need it

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  • Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

    Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

    Dr Liz Towers, MECCG clinical lead for cancer, shares some important facts on bowel cancer.

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  • Childhood Illnesses

    Childhood Illnesses

    Local parents, grandparents and carers across mid Essex are now able to seek guidance from a new advice booklet for when their child becomes ill.

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  • Mid and South Essex Success Regime

    Mid and South Essex Success Regime

    A programme to sustain services and improve care

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Latest News

Mid Essex IAPT Mental Wellbeing Day

“It is estimated that every year four out of 10 people in the UK experience common mental health problems such as depression, stress, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder”

Discuss and learn more about mental health at the Wellbeing Day for Mental Health Awareness Week at Anglia Ruskin University (Lord Ashcroft Building, Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1SQ) on Thursday 11th May. Doors will be open to the public from 10am till 3pm.

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Pharmacy Opening Times - May Bank Holiday

Beat the queues in A&E - The Pharmacist will see you now

Traffic on the roads on bank holidays is challenging and it can be just the same in A&E – so why not be smart and beat the queues in Mid Essex by visiting your local pharmacist this May Bank Holiday (1 May 2017).

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