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Your spotlight on local services

Improving health and social care in Havering...

On this page you will find details of plans and programmes for improvement in health and social care services proposed by NHS organisations or the local authority. These are mainly issues about which we have not formally reported but in which we are, or will be, taking some part.

If you have concerns about the way in which someone you know is being looked after, whether in their own home, in a care or nursing home or in a NHS facility, you can raise them with Havering's Council's Adult Safeguarding Team. Click here to go to Havering Council's Safeguarding Adults webpage for more information.

You can also find out more about these initiatives, and others like them by going to the websites of the individual organisations: just click on teh relevant icon:

      London Ambulance



Video news about Queen's Hospital and KGH...

BHRUT has launched a YouTube video channel to give news about their activities.

To subscribe to the channel, click here 

To see a video about End of Life care, click here

All about us:

Watch our videos:

You can contact us by letter, telephone or email at:

Queen's Court, 9-17 Eastern Road, Romford RM1 3NH

01708 303300



Click here to see Havering's Community Services directory

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Please note that we are unable to deal with individual complaints or problems but look at how "the system" works; if you need urgent help with a problem or complaint, please go to our Frequently Asked Questions section.

Our office is generally open between 9.30am and 4pm, Monday to Thursday; at other times, emails and telephone calls are monitored and will be responded to (but not necessarily immediately). We are only able to see people by prior appointment.

Some pages on our website contain links to other websites. Healthwatch Havering cannot accept responsibility for the content of other organisations' websites.


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