Residents and people in Croydon will have more opportunities to take a simple HIV finger-prick test or order a free home test kit in the post during National HIV Testing Week, 7-13 February.
A London-wide campaign aims to achieve the ambitious target of zero new HIV infections in the capital by 2030.
A rising star tackling teenage pregnancy and innovative plans to deliver 1,000 new homes put Croydon on the map
A rising star working to tackle teenage pregnancy and an innovative housing project delivering more than 1,000 high-quality new homes have both put Croydon on the map for excellence in local government.
A Croydon Council officer has been […]
Tackling the taboo subject of HIV infection and sexual health among Croydon’s African community has earned a council public health worker a prestigious award.
Fred Semugera, the council’s lead sexual health promotion officer, was at Portcullis House, Westminster, […]
Residents, organisations and groups interested in public health services in Croydon are being asked to submit their views on a new partnership agreement between Croydon Council and Croydon Health Services NHS Trust (CHS).
The two bodies have drawn […]
Dr Mike Robinson has announced his intention to stand down as Croydon’s director of public health.
Dr Robinson leaves the authority on 13 November to take up the post of tri-borough director of public health for Westminster, Hammersmith […]