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Seven public sector organisations have joined forces heralding a new era in health and social care for 600,000 people across the west of Berkshire.

Clusters of local surgeries have teamed up to become Primary Care Networks (PCNs) and there are now 14 serving Berkshire West.

Players from London Irish Rugby Club have teamed up with health chiefs to launch a major video campaign aimed at cutting baby deaths.

Four GP surgeries in Berkshire West have joined a major national project aimed at improving the lives of people with diabetes.

Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West (BOB) STP becoming an ICS

A special event offering information and advice on dementia and mental health is being held in Mortimer on 26 June

Many people who carry out caring responsibilities do not recognise themselves as carers, but may benefit from some support and could be unaware of the help available to them.

Two long serving Caversham GPs are to retire next month after 28 years’ service with the NHS.

The newly formed West Berkshire Directory which brings together details of the Adult Social Care Information Point, the Family Information Service and SEND (Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities).

PCNs are a group of neighbouring GP practices who are joining forces to offer a wider range of health and wellbeing services to their local communities.

If you need medical help and are unsure what to do, call NHS 111 for help and advice. They are available 24 hours a day.