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Healthy Peterborough aims to help residents prevent and tackle common health problems. It is led by Peterborough City Council, supported by the CCG, Public Health England, Peterborough City Hospital, and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Local Pharmaceutical Committee.
If you are found to be at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes you may be eligible for your local Healthier You service, which will provide valuable support to help you put your health back in your hands and reduce your risk of, or even stop you, developing Type 2 diabetes.
At least 350 patients have already undergone a simple check to find out whether they might be at risk of developing active TB, thanks to a successful local screening programme that has now been running for almost a year.
People in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are being urged to ‘open the bag’ when they get prescriptions to help reduce medicines waste and save money for the NHS.
Health chiefs in Cambridgeshire have revealed they spend £1.5million on prescribing pain relief medication for patients, who could have bought painkillers from pharmacies or supermarkets.