We have teamed up with the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Charlton Athletic Football Club and local GP services to run a special COVID-19 mass vaccination event at The Valley this Saturday, 26 June. From 8am to 8pm, teams of vaccinators will be administering Pfizer to people aged 18 and over via pre-booked appointments, and the first 1,000 people to arrive will receive a free ticket to a Charlton Athletic home game – so book your vaccination slot now! Dr Krishna Subbarayan, GP and Governing Body member South East London CCG said: “Although younger adults are less at risk from serious…
Young people from south east London’s LGBT+ community have experienced an array of mental health problems resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic
As the largest ever NHS vaccination programme enters its last lap, Dr Jonty Heaversedge, Clinical Chair for NHS South East London Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), is encouraging South East Londoners to come forward for their “vital and lifesaving” second dose of the Covid vaccine.
From 8 June to 18 June, a team of trained COVID-19 Vaccine Champions are knocking on over 72,000 doors across the Royal Borough of Greenwich
The ‘What matters to you?’ day is now an international event aimed at encouraging and supporting more meaningful conversations between people who provide health and social care and the people who receive health and social care.
South east London, home to nearly 2 million people, has reached the milestone of its millionth person to receive their first Covid-19 vaccination this week.
A ‘Vaxi Taxi’ project which sees black cabs transport people to pop up covid vaccine centres, will be used to bring vulnerable people to a special vaccine and health pop up event on Penge High Street, Bromley on 25 May 2021 (12 to 4pm)
New Covid-19 vaccine facts information resource launched as vaccine confidence grows in south east London
A new information resource has been launched in south east London to address questions local residents had about the COVID-19 vaccine, and to encourage further uptake.
As lockdown restrictions are slowly easing and we’re now able to catch up with family and friends, many young people in south east London will still be struggling with anxiety and stress as a result of the pandemic. That’s why, during Mental Health Awareness Week (10 to 16 May), NHS South East London CCG is encouraging young people aged between 10 to 25, living in Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham, Bexley, Bromley, and Greenwich to make use of Kooth – a free, digital mental health and wellbeing support service. Over 26? We also offer online mental wellbeing support for south east Londoners…
While lockdown restrictions are slowly being lifted and London starts to reopen, many people living in the south east London area will still be struggling with the stress and anxiety brought on by the pandemic
See a full list of the opening hours for pharmacies across London this May Bank Holiday.
The NHS in south east London is working with GPs, volunteers, and faith leaders at the Al-Emaan Mosque in Keston to offer the COVID-19 vaccination to people of all faiths and none