01 Sep 2016
Celebrating good practice in Tower Hamlets Mental Health Outreach team
Read more about work in Tower Hamlets to support rough sleepers.
30 Aug 2016
Tower Hamlets CCG holds annual meeting
NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group is inviting members of the public and stakeholders to attend its annual public meeting on Tuesday 27 September 2016 at The Sugar Store Museum of London Docklands.
25 Aug 2016
Be in the know - what pharmacy can you use over the bank holiday?
Find out more information about what pharmacies are opening during the bank holiday weekend.
22 Jul 2016
NHS Tower Hamlets CCG assurance rating announced as 'Good'
Following our 2015/16 annual assurance visit with NHS England we are pleased to share with you that NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has received an overall assurance rating of good'.
15 Jul 2016
Don't ignore it - tell your doctor
GPs in Tower Hamlets are encouraging residents not to ignore symptoms and to tell their doctor if they notice themselves getting out of breath doing things they used to be able to do or if they ve had a persistent cough for three weeks or more.
28 Jun 2016
Innovation Bursary Scheme 2016-17
Tower Hamlets CCG are delighted to be working alongside our colleagues at THCVS with local organisations as part of the Innovation Bursary scheme.
08 Jun 2016
Working to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes in East London
Local people taking part in a new programme to tackle type 2 diabetes will be supported to make healthier lifestyle choices to reduce their risk of developing the disease.
06 Jun 2016
Local people to benefit from new plans to improve maternity services
Local people in Newham Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest are set to benefit from improved maternity services after local clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) were selected as Maternity Choice and Personalisation Pioneers by NHS England.
01 Jun 2016
Are you prepared for Ramadan?
Local doctors in Tower Hamlets are calling on people to plan ahead this Ramadan to stay healthy and ensure they can continue to take any prescribed medication safely.