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GP services across Berkshire West will be available this Friday 8 May, the VE Bank Holiday, to support patients with urgent, non coronavirus, health issues.

Doctor leaders in Berkshire West have stepped up a campaign to remind non coronavirus patients that surgeries are still open and need to see people who have any serious health concerns.

It signposts people to a range of local information and groups who are experts in dealing with mental health, anxiety, stress, self-care, wellbeing and sleep issues.

A new film has been made to help support people and families facing domestic abuse, neglect and violence.

Researchers in Oxford are asking parents and carers to help them understand the best forms of support for children and young people’s mental health during the coronavirus pandemic.

During the Covid-19 pandemic all routine NHS and private dentistry has stopped. Patients who have scheduled appointments in the coming weeks are being contacted by their dental practice.The NHS is continuing to provide urgent and emergency dental care. This will be available to both NHS and private patients. If patients have a dental emergency they should call the dental practi ...

Two special Primary Care Hubs are being set up for local people who are showing symptoms of Coronavirus but don’t need immediate hospital treatment.

People are being urged not to stockpile medication during the coronavirus outbreak. Get more advice here.

Healthcare information over Easter, including GPs across Berkshire West opening on Good Friday and Easter Monday as the NHS steps up its work around the coronavirus outbreak.

Find details here of where you can help in your local community

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.