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Self Care Week 13th-17th November 2017

The Marylebone Health Centre is supporting this national awareness week focusing on support for self care across communities, families and generations by running a week long campaign with a different health topic focus each day. Please click on link for further information.

Patient Information

Please be aware that we will close at 1pm on Wed 6th December 2017 for our Centre Review.

This is the annual team and PPG meeting where we meet to review the year and share our learning. We will also look at the challenges and work we need to do in 2018. If you would like your PPG to put forward any ideas at the meeting please email them on CLCCG.PPG@admin.nhs.net 

When we are closed please call our usual no 0207 935 6328 and your call will be diverted to our answering service where a call handler will triage your call.  You can also call 111. Calls to this number are free.

We would like to thank NHS England and Central London Clinical Commissioning Group to allow us to close for this very important event.

Diabetes

NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme and Pregnancy and Diabetes

The surgery can now do a blood test called a HBA1c to assess you risk of developing diabetes. If your results indicate that you have a higher risk then you can attend

the free NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme. The programme provides a tailored 9 month healthy nutrition and exercise support programme which aims to delay or prevent the onset of Diabetes

 Across the country thousands of people like you have now attended local Diabetes Prevention Programmes and successfully reduced their risk of Diabetes by achieving

a healthy weight, being physically active and adopting a healthy diet.

Your place is available for a limited time, so call on 0800 043 9806 or go to  www.preventing-diabetes.co.uk to book.

PREGNANCY & DIABETES

Having children is a big decision for anyone. If you are a woman who has diabetes, it is a decision that requires much more thought and careful planning.

Planning for a successful pregnancy

Diabetes UK’s Helpline often gets asked ‘Can I have a baby if I have diabetes?’ The answer is yes, many women who have diabetes (Type 1, Type 2 or gestational diabetes) have perfectly healthy pregnancies and wonderfully healthy babies. But this isn't to say that it's an easy experience – it requires a lot of work and dedication on your part. If you are planning to have a baby, or think you are pregnant, then it is vital that you speak to your diabetes care team.​

Please click on Link below for further information

https://www.diabetes.org.uk/Guide-to-diabetes/Life-with-diabetes/Pregnancy/

 



 
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