Monday 23 July is International #HelloMyNameIs Day. The event remembers Dr Kate Granger MBE, who created the #HelloMyNameIs campaign with her husband, Chris Pointon.
The STP is a partnership of health and social care organisations that have come together to improve the health and wellbeing of people across the Black Country and West Birmingham.
NHS healthcare heroes in Sandwell and West Birmingham have been recognised at the prestigious General Practice Stars of 2018 Awards.
Following the huge success of last year’s event, the event was run again this year, showcasing and celebrating the hard work and staff commitment that goes into delivering excellent patient care in general practice.
Picture: Chair's Special Recognition Award Winner, Dr Saira Khan
The Met Office has issued a level 3 warning for heatwave conditions until Monday 9 July. The very warm, locally hot, conditions are set to continue through the period, but especially over the weekend. The highest temperatures are likely to occur on Sunday in parts of southern, central, and western England.
NHS Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is reminding people to take care when enjoying the sunshine.
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