Digital health community hubs


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Recent research has shown that there are thousands of people in North West London who do not have basic digital skills to access local services. The digital health community hubs project is designed to support patients in developing basic digital skills, such as creating an email address or accessing the Internet. Providing them with these skills will enable them to access free digital health tools such as apps like Health Help Now and the NHS website, which can benefit their health and care.


Patients and their friends and relatives are welcome to drop-in to the hub without booking, and ask for help with anything related to technology (including phones, computers and tablets).


If you would like to find out more information the Digital Citizen and Innovation team can be contacted or tweet them @DigiCitizenNWL


Dates for October 2019


(Dates TBC)