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How can I dispose of medicines safely? The best way to dispose of medicines that are no longer needed is to return them to your pharmacist. This service is available at every pharmacy, it is free-of-charge and some pharmacies may even carry out local collections.…
The Patient Information Point provides information to anyone who wishes to find out more about health conditions, disabilities, healthy living or where support can be found. The Patient Information Point is maintained and updated by trained volunteers. They will help you find information, or give you…
SCAS operates the non-emergency Patient Transport Service (PTS) in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire providing transport for people who are unable to use public or other transport due to their medical condition, and include those who are: attending hospital outpatient clinics being admitted to or…
Service is delivered to all adult patients (over 16) with a learning disability The Learning Disability Liaison Nurse is a central contact at the hospital for families, service users, carers, community health and social welfare professionals and housing providers. The LD liaison nurse: Facilitates reasonable adjustments…

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The NHS and Public Health England websites have lots of useful information to help you stay well this winter. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/flu-influenza-vaccine/ Stay well this winter: https://www.nhs.uk/staywell/ You can find additional advice to help you through the winter months on the Council's webpages: https://info.westberks.gov.uk/winterprep. Download a copy…
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