Health and wellbeing for business

Providing an incredible range of activities and services.

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Healthwatch Sunderland will work with local people, patients, service users, carers, community groups, organisations, service providers and commissioners to get the best out of local health and social care services. This doesn’t just mean improving services today but influencing and shaping services to meet the needs of the local communities tomorrow.

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An independent consumer champion, gathering and representing the views of people in Stockton on Tees. Healthwatch plays a role at both national and local level, making sure that the views of the public and people who use services are taken into account. We listen to the experiences of local people and see what is working well and where things could improve.

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An independent consumer champion, gathering and representing the views of people in County Durham. Healthwatch plays a role at both national and local level, making sure that the views of the public and people who use services are taken into account. We listen to the experiences of local people and see what is working well and where things could improve.

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The Better Health at Work Award Sunderland is part of the North East Better Health at Work Award which is a partnership project unique to the North East to take health and wellbeing into the workplace. 

 

Promoting a healthy workplace has considerable benefits for employers and can lead to decreased absenteeism, increased productivity and improved performance as well as enhancing an organisation’s reputation to support staff, stakeholders and the wider community.

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The Better Health at Work Award (County Durham) is part of the North East Better Health at Work Award which is a partnership project unique to the North East to take health and wellbeing into the workplace.  The partnership is lead by the twelve Local Authorities, the NHS and the Northern TUC. The County Durham locality is managed and delivered by the Pioneering Care Partnership.

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Our dedicated team are here to help you ‘Be Clear On Cancer’. There, there to help you to understand the symptoms and facilitate appointments and screening. You can talk to our team on a one to one basis or can arrange for them to hold a workshop event for your community group or workplace. Cancer screening saves lives.

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Phone: 01325 321234

Fax: 01325 301129

Email: enquiries@pcp.uk.net

Visit: Carers Way, Newton Aycliffe 
County Durham, DL5 4SF

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