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Services for Patients

Services for Patients

We deliver approximately 60 free NHS services. We work in partnership with commissioners, local people, health professionals, charities and voluntary groups, to ensure that our services meet the local needs of the community we serve in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire and beyond.

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Good eating habits are one of the keystones of health and wellbeing. If you are eating a well-balanced diet that is right for your age and lifestyle you are more likely to avoid problems with your health. CityCare runs a number of projects in Nottingham City to help people learn how a healthy diet can benefit them and their family.

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Nottingham Health & Care Point streamlines referrals to services through a single number: 0300 131 0300. Referrals can be made to many of CityCare’s community health services and Nottingham City Council’s Adult Social Care Assessment Service (Nottingham City residents only).

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The Urgent Care Centre provides access to assessment and treatment if you need help with a health problem that is urgent, but not life-threatening. This is a walk-in service, open between 7am and 9pm, 365 days a year, with no appointment needed.

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Small Steps Big Changes is Nottingham’s 10 year “A Better Start” Big Lottery Funded Programme to improve the lives of 0-3 years olds. Headed up by CityCare, a third sector provider of community health services, SSBC is a new partnership between, the City Council, Health partners, Voluntary sector Organisation, Parents, Families and Communities.

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CityCare offers a range of services and projects for young families, helping them to access advice around pregnancy, care of their babies and advice on breastfeeding and nutrition. Health visiting services and other support helps combat isolation and provide support for mums who want to breastfeed as well as those who need support with infant nutrition.

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A national Stay Well This Winter campaign will start in October to help those with long-term health conditions, those over 65, pregnant women and parents of under-sevens stay well and keep their loved ones well this winter.

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