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Minor Eye Conditions Services (MECS)

If you have a new eye problem that has started recently, this service can assess and treat you. MECS is a free service available from accredited optometrists in Wolverhampton. When to use MECS The MECS service is available as an alternative option to presenting at Accident…

Pregnancy Advice & Support

Whatever you want to know about being pregnant, from early pregnancy signs to which prenatal vitamins you should take, you should find it here. We're here to give you the essential guide and lots of free tools for having a healthy, happy baby. What Next?…

Screening & Immunisations

Screening can detect a problem early before you have any symptoms. Finding out about a problem early can mean that treatment is more effective. Finding out you have a health problem or are at increased risk of developing a health problem, can help you make better…

Suicide Awareness & Support

In England, one person dies every two hours as a result of suicide. When someone takes their own life, the effect on their family and friends is devastating. Many people – friends, family, professionals, colleagues and wider society will feel the impact. Please find information…

Wolverhampton Together – Protecting our Antibiotics Campaign

In Wolverhampton, the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, Wolverhampton CCG and City of Wolverhampton Council are working in partnership to address Antibiotic Resistance.  One of the key objectives of the joint action group is to improve awareness and understanding of antibiotic resistance through effective communication, education…
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