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Mental Health Awareness Week 13th - 19th May 2024

Mental Health Awareness Week - Mind 

Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 13 to 19 May 2024.

For Mental Health Awareness Week 2024, we’re launching #NoMindLeftBehind. We’re calling on you to raise awareness and vital funds for a future where everyone can get quality mental health care when they need it.

No mind left behind  

Every year, 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem.

But too many of us aren’t getting the help we need.

Over 2 million people are waiting for NHS mental health services, and since 2017 the number of young people struggling with their mental health has nearly doubled.

People tell us they feel overwhelmed and hopeless. They need support right now. With your help we can build a better future, where mental health is handled right.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2024 - Mind

 

Mental Health Awareness Week - Mind 

Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 13 to 19 May 2024.

For Mental Health Awareness Week 2024, we’re launching #NoMindLeftBehind. We’re calling on you to raise awareness and vital funds for a future where everyone can get quality mental health care when they need it.

No mind left behind  

Every year, 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem.

But too many of us aren’t getting the help we need.

Over 2 million people are waiting for NHS mental health services, and since 2017 the number of young people struggling with their mental health has nearly doubled.

People tell us they feel overwhelmed and hopeless. They need support right now. With your help we can build a better future, where mental health is handled right.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2024 - Mind

 

1 May, 2024
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31 Jan, 2024
In Loving Memory of Dr Emma Bowley

Dear Patients, 

We are saddened to inform you that Dr Emma Bowley unexpectedly passed away on the morning of Tuesday 30th January  2024. 

Dr Bowley was a much-loved doctor and a hugely valued colleague, and she always went out of her way to support patients and staff.

Our staff have been informed, so please be respectful at this very sad time.

Dr Bowley has been a dedicated GP at Homewell Practice for the last 30 years and she will be greatly missed by both staff and patients at the surgery.

The surgery remains open. You can contact us in the normal way.

If you would like to pass on your personal condolences to Dr Bowley’s family please email them to alisha.mayaki@nhs.net or you can sign our book of condolences or leave a card at reception which we can pass on.

Dr Dominic Davis and Sarah Harrison 

Partners of the Homewell Practice

Dear Patients, 

We are saddened to inform you that Dr Emma Bowley unexpectedly passed away on the morning of Tuesday 30th January  2024. 

Dr Bowley was a much-loved doctor and a hugely valued colleague, and she always went out of her way to support patients and staff.

Our staff have been informed, so please be respectful at this very sad time.

Dr Bowley has been a dedicated GP at Homewell Practice for the last 30 years and she will be greatly missed by both staff and patients at the surgery.

The surgery remains open. You can contact us in the normal way.

If you would like to pass on your personal condolences to Dr Bowley’s family please email them to alisha.mayaki@nhs.net or you can sign our book of condolences or leave a card at reception which we can pass on.

Dr Dominic Davis and Sarah Harrison 

Partners of the Homewell Practice

Anima Help Guide

Anima is an online consultation platform that allows you to submit requests to your GP practice. Using Anima, you will be able to submit requests tailored to whatever medical problem or admin request you have. Anima will ask you all the same questions that a doctor or someone else at your GP practice would usually ask, meaning they will have all the information they need to help you and make a decision about next steps. Anima is able to help your GP manage health consultations, administrative tasks, send communication, all from one platform. 

 

It's important to know that Anima is not an AI doctor: Anima does not make diagnoses, and Anima doesn't decide what should happen next. It is still your GP practice that decides on the most appropriate care for you.

 

All requests that you submit through Anima are sent to your GP practice, and a member of staff at your GP practice will be the one who reviews your request and decides what should happen next. Anima just makes the process quicker and more convenient for both you and your GP practice!

Anima Help Videos 

 

Anima is an online consultation platform that allows you to submit requests to your GP practice. Using Anima, you will be able to submit requests tailored to whatever medical problem or admin request you have. Anima will ask you all the same questions that a doctor or someone else at your GP practice would usually ask, meaning they will have all the information they need to help you and make a decision about next steps. Anima is able to help your GP manage health consultations, administrative tasks, send communication, all from one platform. 

 

It's important to know that Anima is not an AI doctor: Anima does not make diagnoses, and Anima doesn't decide what should happen next. It is still your GP practice that decides on the most appropriate care for you.

 

All requests that you submit through Anima are sent to your GP practice, and a member of staff at your GP practice will be the one who reviews your request and decides what should happen next. Anima just makes the process quicker and more convenient for both you and your GP practice!

Anima Help Videos 

 

22 Nov, 2023