Hull and East Riding Glaucoma Group, meeting on Friday 13th December 2019, 11am – 1pm. The last meeting of the year starts at 11am when the invited speaker is Pat Savage, the Glaucoma Nurse Practitioner from the Eye Hospital.
The next meeting of Hull and East Riding Glaucoma Group will take place on Friday, October 11 2019 at 11am when the group is pleased to welcome speakers from the Eye Hospital pre-op assessment team.
Takes place on Friday 9th August, 11am, with a presentation from Catherine Terry, a speaker from the world of entertainment. Catherine is an award-winning British actress, singer, and musical theatre performer.
Glaucoma Specialist Mr Craig Burnett speaks at support meeting on Wednesday 12th June 2019. Mr Burnett is the Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at the Hull and East Yorkshire Eye Hospital.
In October 2018, Church View Surgery, Hedon Group Practice and South Holderness Medical Practice merged to form Holderness Health. Visit Saturday 27th April 2019 from 8.30am-11.30am to find out more information about the merger, ask questions and raise any concerns.
Hull And East Riding Glaucoma Group. Next meeting for 2019 will take place at Sight Support, Hull, on Friday 12th April, 11am -1pm, when the invited speaker is Jayne Nolan, Falls Prevention Officer from Age UK.
Hull And East Riding Glaucoma Group. The next meeting will take place at Sight Support, Beverley Road, on Friday 7 December at 11am when the invited speaker is Pat Savage, the Glaucoma Nurse Practitioner from the Eye Hospital.
Hull and East Riding Glaucoma Group. Meeting on Friday 12th October 2018, Beverley Road, Hull from 11am-1pm. Guest speaker Optometrist Philip Daniels.
Hull and East Riding Glaucoma Group. Hull and East Riding Glaucoma Group meeting on Wednesday 13th June 2018, 2pm-4pm. The next meeting’s invited guest is Group Patron Mr Craig Burnett. The Glaucoma Specialist Consultant at the Hull and East Yorkshire Eye Hospital, Mr Burnett’s work involves the medical and surgical […]
SIXTY WALKERS (one contingent pictured here) representing 26 HICA care homes and schemes met up in the grounds of the Albermarle Care Home on Saturday morning to take part in a sponsored walk to Keyingham and back to raise money for new dementia pods….
PROSTATE Cancer UK received a cheque this week of £2,000 from Councillor John Dennis in his last public role as the 668th Mayor of Hedon. One way that the charity will use the donated funds is to raise awareness of prostate cancer…
The Hedon Blog is declaring itself a Dementia Friend. We hope that through the blog in a series of articles we can help raise awareness of the condition, encourage more people to become Dementia Friends and encourage local action…