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Young people aged 16-18 in Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch who are struggling with their mental health can now seek support direct from Dorset HealthCare.
Instant online help is now available for people in Dorset who are struggling to cope and may be contemplating suicide.
As the August Bank Holiday approaches, people with non-life-threatening health problems are reminded that the temporary changes to Dorset’s Minor Injuries Units (MIUs) remain in place.
Adults in Dorset and Southampton with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) can now access dedicated support using a digital app called OCDnet.
Dorset County Hospital (DCH) and Dorset HealthCare are jointly providing a new dedicated rehabilitation unit for people recovering from stroke and neurological illnesses or injuries.
Immunisations postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic have started again for school pupils that were in years eight, nine and ten during the 2019/2020 academic year.
Dorset HealthCare and partner agencies in Dorset are urging communities and visitors to the county to enjoy the summer holidays safely
The NHS turns 72 this weekend. Find out how to get involved and say #ThankYouTogether
We have co-developed two local outbreak management plans to be able to respond to a potential localised surge in COVID-19
Young people across the county can access support in the current unsettling times via a secure and confidential text messaging service called ChatHealth.
Thousands of Dorset residents forced to stay home by the COVID-19 pandemic are being treated online through a new video consultation system.
During this year’s Carers Week (8-14 June) Dorset HealthCare is asking local unpaid carers to recognise the value of what they do – and remember to look after themselves.
Vital mental health support for children and young people with a disability across Dorset has been happening virtually during lockdown.
Weymouth patient Vera Carlyle was able to celebrate her 100th birthday with her family, despite COVID-19 restrictions, thanks to staff at Westhaven Hospital.
Rapid roll-out of digital tools like Microsoft Teams has revolutionised the way staff at community and mental health NHS trust Dorset HealthCare have been working to respond to COVID-19.
Dorset HealthCare is asking people to ‘be kind’ during Mental Health Awareness Week (18-24 May), and help each other through the impacts of the pandemic.
Health Visiting teams are available across Dorset for all new parents who may be struggling with the impacts of COVID-19 restrictions and limited support from wider family members.
Inpatient care places for local people struggling with an eating disorder are set to increase, thanks to a state-of-the-art unit planned for Poole.
Join us to celebrate the work of all our nurses as part of International Nurses Day, which marks the bicentenary of Florence Nightingale’s birth.
This Friday (8 May) the nation will commemorate the day when the Allies accepted the surrender of Nazi Germany in 1945, and remember the heroes of World War II.