About Caroline Deaden

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Caroline Deaden has created 57 blog entries.

Second COVID Management Service to go live in Radcliffe

2020-04-16T09:55:17+01:0015th April 2020|Latest News|

To help the local fight against coronavirus (COVID-19), additional sites are being identified to be COVID Management Services to supplement the service already up and running in Prestwich. Tower Family Healthcare’s Spring Lane Surgery premises located on Spring Lane in Radcliffe has been identified as a suitable location for Bury’s second COVID Management Service in Radcliffe.  [...]

Have your say on Urgent Care services in Bury

2020-02-12T13:17:11+00:0010th February 2020|Latest News|

People from Bury are being asked for their views on proposals to improve urgent care services in Bury. A public consultation commences today, 10th February 2020, for a period of four weeks. Urgent care services are for things that are not an emergency, but at the same time can’t wait, for example a person might be [...]

Improved diagnosis of skin conditions by GPs thanks to transformative education programme

2019-12-05T10:27:04+00:005th December 2019|Latest News|

GPs in Bury have been provided with education and new equipment to help diagnose skin conditions within the practice, reducing the need to refer as many patients for an urgent specialist dermatology assessment. Demand on specialist dermatology services is high, however, around a quarter of urgent referrals to dermatology services for lesions where cancer is suspected, [...]

Hear about how health and social care is being transformed at showcase event

2019-10-18T10:38:36+01:0017th October 2019|Latest News|

Local people are invited to an event to find out about changes happening to health and social care services to transform health and wellbeing in Bury. The event will take place on Wednesday 30th October in the Elizabethan Suite of Bury Town Hall.  At the event, local people, health and care staff along with representatives from the voluntary sector, [...]

Press release – Health in the spotlight at annual meeting

2020-02-12T05:29:51+00:0028th August 2019|Latest News|

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Bury’s health commissioner will take place in September. The AGM of NHS Bury Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will take place on Wednesday 25th September 2019, in The Minden Suite of the Fusilier Museum, Moss Street, Bury, BL9 0DF. The meeting will take place from 6.30 – 7.30pm, with sign in and refreshments [...]

Local Care Home hails Red Bags a success

2020-02-12T05:29:51+00:0016th July 2019|Latest News|

A local care home is seeing the benefit from a scheme that launched last year to ensure care home residents receive quick, personalised and effective treatment should they be admitted to hospital in an emergency. The Red Bag scheme launched in Bury in October 2018.  The scheme sees care homes for older adults in Bury provide [...]

Re-visit of Bury SEND services confirms that provision has improved

2020-02-12T05:29:51+00:0027th June 2019|Latest News|

Provision for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in Bury has improved in areas that were previously highlighted as being of concern. These services were originally inspected by Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in June 2017, where eight areas of weakness needing improvement were identified. Since then, a huge amount of work [...]

Bury is leading the way to improve physical health care for patients with severe mental illness

2020-02-12T05:29:51+00:0013th June 2019|Latest News|

Bury is the second best performing area in the country in relation to providing physical health checks for people with severe mental illness, according to the latest data. Data is collected every quarter in relation to the number of people living with severe mental illness such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder who have received a comprehensive physical [...]