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London sees significant drop in new HIV diagnoses
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Mayor’s Office supports increase uptake of shingles vaccination
Royal College of Nursing calls on GPs to support Shingles campaign
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Advice for patients
The Patient Advice and Liaison Service offers confidential advice, support and information on health-related matters.
For 24-hour advice and support contact the national helpline on 0800 138 1619.
Advice for overseas visitors to London
Not every NHS treatment in England is free of charge. There are, for example, charges for dental treatment and, for non-UK residents, charges for hospital treatments.
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Clinical Commissioning Groups are clinically-led statutory NHS bodies responsible for the planning and commissioning of healthcare services for their local area.
Here's a checklist of the vaccines that are routinely offered to everyone in the UK for free on the NHS, and the ages at which they should ideally be given.
The NHS in London
NHS England commissions more than £15bn of services for the 8 million people living in the capital.
Private health care in London
If you're receiving private and NHS care for the same condition, your NHS and private treatment can be supervised by one healthcare team. You cannot choose to mix different parts of the same treatment between NHS and private care.