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National interest in our Care Homes Vanguard

Work in east & north Hertfordshire care homes to keep frail, elderly residents out of hospital was demonstrated to Professor Sir Malcolm Grant, chair of NHS England and non-executive director Wendy Becker when they visited Welwyn Garden City.

Future Heroes inspired to work in health or social care

Over 400 young people aged 12 – 18 attended the first ever Hertfordshire Health and Social Care Careers Expo, 'Future Heroes', this week.

Have your say on how local NHS funds should be spent

The NHS is facing a huge financial challenge & growing demand for services. The local CCG is responsible for making sure that taxpayers’ money is spent wisely, so that our residents can have access to high-quality health services which help them to stay as healthy as possible 

Looking for a rewarding career? Future Heroes needed in Hertfordshire

Calling all 12-18 year olds with an interest in working in a health or caring profession. 

The 2017 Hertfordshire Health and Social Care Careers Expo, 'Future Heroes', is for you. 

Young people Feeling Good thanks to £20,000 cash boost

Children and young people across Hertfordshire will be mastering mindfulness, enjoying African drumming and getting active outside to mark February’s Feeling Good Week.

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