Guide to Childhood Illnesses
There are many childhood illnesses that can be treated at home, by a pharmacist or by your GP. This leaflet gives you some information on some of these illnesses, and lets you know when you should seek urgent medical treatment.
It also lets you know about local health services and it has links to other information you might find useful.
Find out more about the local diabetes prevention programme and how to reduce your risk of diabetes.
My Health app
A new app to help Cambridgeshire and Peterborough residents find local NHS services available to them has been launched.
The app is available to download for:
Other documents and information
You can also find more documents on these pages of the site:
Corporate Documents: Links to the CCG's Corporate Policies and other documents including procurement, risk management, Business conduct and Being Open and Duty of Candor.
Consultations: Information about our current public consultations. This includes information from survey results, updates on service specifications around proposals for new services, and what's happening next.
NHS Constitution for England: sets out rights for patients, public and staff. The CCG is required by law to take account of it in any decisions or actions taken.
Exceptional cases and patient funding: Individual Funding Request (IFR) are made to the CCG to fund healthcare not ‘normally’ paid for by the NHS. We call this ‘non-commissioned care’ or ‘high cost drugs’.