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Reading’s Walk in Centre has reopened this month but is now operating on a booking only basis. All appointments must be booked via NHS 111 

Health officials and council chiefs across Berkshire West have launched a high profile campaign aimed at encouraging as many people as possible to have a flu jab

A leading local GP today added her voice to a national campaign calling on people to contact their doctor if they are worried about symptoms that could be cancer.

Have your say on the new Health and Wellbeing Strategy across Berkshire West 

It comes after a couple of serious cases of keloid were raised at a recent Berkshire West Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) Committee.

Freephone number extended until the end of December, to support those who maybe looking after someone.

Clinical staff have drawn up an advice check list to help people self manage their conditions at home. It’s aimed at reducing the risk of developing pressure ulcers, or having them deteriorate.

A 12 week public consultation launches today to seek views on the future provision of hydrotherapy services in Berkshire West.

Health officials are warning that babies and children under the age of three years must not wear masks or face coverings as they pose serious risks of choking and suffocation.

Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust is beginning a major modernisation of its services and buildings and they are asking for your views and ideas.

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.