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Millions urged to get flu and Covid jabs amid fears of a deadly 'twindemic'

Millions urged to get flu and Covid jabs amid fears of a deadly 'twindemic'

Millions urged to get flu and Covid jabs amid fears of a deadly 'twindemic'

28 September 2022

Millions of people are being encouraged to take up offers of flu and Covid jabs amid fears a winter 'twindemic' is about to hit the UK.


Apology after 90-year-old left waiting on floor for ambulance for seven hours

Apology after 90-year-old left waiting on floor for ambulance for seven hours

Apology after 90-year-old left waiting on floor for ambulance for seven hours

27 September 2022

The ambulance trust said delays at hospitals are keeping their staff from responding to calls.


A man killer: The impact of mental health

A man killer: The impact of mental health

A man killer: The impact of mental health

15 September 2022

Statistics show that 75 per cent of recorded suicides in the UK since the mid-90s have been men.


Five million more patients can now book Covid booster jabs

Five million more patients can now book Covid booster jabs

Five million more patients can now book Covid booster jabs

12 September 2022

Five million more people can now book a Covid-19 autumn booster vaccine, including over 65s and pregnant women.


Autumn Covid-19 booster jabs can be booked in South Warwickshire from Wednesday

Autumn Covid-19 booster jabs can be booked in South Warwickshire from Wednesday

Autumn Covid-19 booster jabs can be booked in South Warwickshire from Wednesday

06 September 2022

Invitations to book a vaccination booster jab will be sent to older and more vulnerable people.


Reopening of Stratford Hospital's MIU changes to cover Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Reopening of Stratford Hospital's MIU changes to cover Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Reopening of Stratford Hospital's MIU changes to cover Tuesdays and Wednesdays

04 August 2022

MIU services are expected to start at Stratford Hospital on 16th August.


Rising costs see plans for Shipston's new medical centre scrapped

Rising costs see plans for Shipston's new medical centre scrapped

Rising costs see plans for Shipston's new medical centre scrapped

24 July 2022

A wellbeing centre is still going ahead, but there are concerns this will end up as a 'meeting hall".


South Warwickshire adopts 'university' in its title

South Warwickshire adopts 'university' in its title

South Warwickshire adopts 'university' in its title

20 July 2022

From the 1st August the new name will be South Warwickshire University NHS Foundation Trust


More backing for Stratford's MIU to return to full-time hours

More backing for Stratford's MIU to return to full-time hours

More backing for Stratford's MIU to return to full-time hours

19 July 2022

Health chiefs have announced that the unit will open from 9am to 5pm at weekends.


The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

29 June 2022

Supermarkets have pledged to put the signs of bowel cancer on toilet roll packets as tributes pour in for campaigner Dame Deborah James.


Tesco becomes latest supermarket to pull chicken from shelves

Tesco becomes latest supermarket to pull chicken from shelves

Tesco becomes latest supermarket to pull chicken from shelves

13 May 2022

Tesco is recalling cooked chicken products over salmonella fears, joining Waitrose, Aldi and Sainsbury's in asking customers to return items.


Could Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 cause another Covid-19 surge?

Could Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 cause another Covid-19 surge?

Could Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 cause another Covid-19 surge?

10 May 2022

Two new Omicron strains are causing a rise in Covid-19 cases in South Africa and UK health officials are watching closely.


£50,000 appeal to help Stratford man get MS treatment in Mexico

£50,000 appeal to help Stratford man get MS treatment in Mexico

£50,000 appeal to help Stratford man get MS treatment in Mexico

04 May 2022

James Monks, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in February, is not eligible for treatment on the NHS.


Omicron XE being watched by scientists as cases double

Omicron XE being watched by scientists as cases double

Omicron XE being watched by scientists as cases double

25 April 2022

Cases of new Covid-19 variant Omicron XE have doubled in a fortnight with most in the south and east of England, but is this sharp rise a concern?


More advice for parents as hepatitis cases in children spread

More advice for parents as hepatitis cases in children spread

More advice for parents as hepatitis cases in children spread

20 April 2022

Medics, investigating a mystery rise in hepatitis illness in children, issue more advice for parents as cases are detected in Europe and the US.


Stratford's minor injuries unit to reopen, NHS announces

Stratford's minor injuries unit to reopen, NHS announces

Stratford's minor injuries unit to reopen, NHS announces

30 March 2022

Staffing shortages delayed the reopening of services.


Planning permission granted for new medical centre in Shipston

Planning permission granted for new medical centre in Shipston

Planning permission granted for new medical centre in Shipston

21 March 2022

The project will provide new facilities on the Ellen Badger Hospital site.


What is Deltacron and how fast is it spreading?

What is Deltacron and how fast is it spreading?

What is Deltacron and how fast is it spreading?

14 March 2022

Covid cases are rising rapidly again and among them may be a new variant – but what is Deltacron, where is it and how worried should we be?


Covid cases rising in over 55s

Covid cases rising in over 55s

Covid cases rising in over 55s

10 March 2022

Covid cases are rising in people aged 55 and over, with the latest REACT virus study picking up its second highest prevalence rate since 2020.


Hospital unit's £3.2million upgrade

Hospital unit's £3.2million upgrade

Hospital unit's £3.2million upgrade

04 March 2022

Warwick Hospital has refurbished its Endoscopy unit as it looks to meet a growing demand for its services.


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