Birmingham CrossCity CCG and Birmingham South Central CCG want to improve community respiratory services for adults in Birmingham. This includes services that are provided in the community for adults with respiratory conditions such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
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The CCGs across Birmingham, the Black Country and Solihull* are supporting the NHS Be Clear on Cancer, 'breast cancer in women over 70’ campaign. This campaign aims to raise awareness of breast cancer symptoms in women aged 70 and over. 1 in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70 so don’t assume you’re past it.
When people living in Birmingham, Solihull, and the Black Country have problems with fertility, their local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) fund infertility treatment services (such as IVF) to help women become pregnant. In 2012/13, approximately £2.5m was spent on infertility treatment in these areas.
Birmingham South Central Clinical Commissioning Group, (CCG), Birmingham CrossCity CCG, Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG and Birmingham City Council are working together to improve the Community Mental Health Services provided to children and young adults within the Birmingham area.
Around 1,000 people visited the 'Choose Well' bus in Birmingham at the beginning of the month to find out more about health services available to them.