The NHS is “rallying the troops” for the war on coronavirus, with volunteers being called up to help vulnerable people stay safe and well at home.
The nation is looking for up to 250,000 volunteers to help up to 1.5 million people who have been asked to shield themselves from coronavirus because of underlying health conditions.
Due to the current Coronavirus, we are inviting you to pledge your support for our NHS Heroes by placing a heart on their location in the UK by entering their postcode.
As the campaign builds, we'll develop a living map of gratitude from every corner of Britain, showing the level of public support that exists at a time when it's needed most.
With many older and more vulnerable people in our community self-isolating due to the COVID-19 outbreak, lots of people have been stepping forward wanting to help, demonstrating the Spirit of Salford.
As a result of the changing situation with coronavirus, from 20th March we regrettably will not be able to offer women the option to have their baby at Ingleside Birth and Community Centre in Salford for around a three month period.
Salford’s evening and weekend provision of appointments with GPs and other health professionals is Good, according to the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
This page provides you with the latest information and advice about Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The number of people benefiting from a new way of boosting health and wellbeing has more than doubled in Greater Manchester since last year. With all 10 boroughs now on board, social prescribing is expanding rapidly right across the region.
NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is delighted to announce that the Salford Care Homes Improvement Journey has been shortlisted for a HSJ 2020 Value Award, recognising their outstanding dedication to making things better in the NHS.
Bereavement cards are to be sent from Salford’s Community Learning Disability Team to families who have lost a loved one with learning disabilities.
The idea of a bereavement card came from a recent Learning Disability Mortality Review (LeDeR) where a bereaved parent said she was disappointed that she didn’t receive a condolence card from the community team.