• Salford’s Deaf community to benefit from new BSL videos

    With 20% of people living in Salford being Deaf and many more hard of hearing, a project providing ‘top tips’ to healthcare professionals has launched to make services more accessible.

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  • Building work to start for state-of-the-art health centre in Salford

    The final green light has been given to begin building the £4.6m health centre in the heart of Little Hulton.

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  • £20,000 granted to projects tackling poverty and social isolation

    Projects tackling poverty and social isolation in Salford have been awarded a share of £20,000 after applying to the Salford 4 Good Fund.

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  • England’s Chief Midwife takes tour of maternity services at Ingleside Birth & Community Centre

    Partner organisations from across Salford, Bolton and Wigan welcomed Professor Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent, NHS England’s first Chief Midwifery Officer, to Ingleside Birth and Community Centre.

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  • Salford’s dental practices to become more ‘family friendly’

    Dental practices across Salford are sign up to become more family friendly, as part of a new scheme to improve children’s oral health.

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  • Young people lead the way to improving health of Salford residents

    YOUTH-LED projects have received grants in a bid to enhance the health and wellbeing of people living in Salford.

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  • Health warning issued over fake “THC vape” that in fact contains “spice”

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  • Salford CCG rated one of the best in the country four years running

    Salford Clinical Commissioning Group has once again been rated as one of the top CCGs in the country for the fourth consecutive year, following an annual assessment by NHS England.

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  • #SupportYourWorkMate campaign launches to reduce amount of suicides in construction industry

    A new suicide prevention campaign has launched in Salford to raise awareness that one in four construction workers have considered taking their own life.

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  • Builder’s lunches’ to start conversations on suicide prevention

    Last week, Salford mental health charity START, hosted the first in a series of builder’s lunches’ to start conversations on suicide prevention thanks to money from Salford CCG via the innovation fund.

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