Health Hub Hayes

Helath Hub in Hayes

You’re invited to a free NHS event, funded by Healthwatch. Join us for a day filled with valuable health information, interactive workshops, and opportunities to engage with our incredible healthcare teams.

Everyone is welcome! Having a ticket or registration is optional

Welcoming patients from HH Collaborative PCN Care Network (PCN). HH Collab is a family of practices that includes:

  • Cedar Brook Practice
  • Glendale Medical Centre
  • HESA Medical Centre
  • Hayes Medical Centre
  • Kincora Doctors Surgery
  • North Hyde Roads Surgery
  • The Warren Practice
  • Townfield doctors surgery

A PCN is like a close-knit team of healthcare providers. They work together to ensure you receive the best possible care and support, making your health journey smoother and more convenient. So, when you’re part of HH Collab, you know you’re in good hands!

What to expect:

  • Access Health Checks: Receive essential health checks, including blood pressure, diabetes screenings, weight/height measurements, vaccinations, and more, ensuring you stay on top of your well-being.
  • Engage with Our Amazing Primary Care Network Teams: Meet our dedicated professionals, including Clinical Pharmacists, Social Prescribing Link Workers, Health and Wellbeing Coaches, First Contact Physiotherapists, and others, who are here to support your health journey.
  • Find Well-being and Healthy Living Support: Prepare for the winter season by discovering various well-being and healthy living resources available in your local community.
  • Get Support with Booking Appointments: Learn about how, where, and when to book appointments for your healthcare needs, ensuring you have smooth and timely access to services.
  • Meet Local Healthcare Representatives and Charity Partners: Connect with representatives from local healthcare providers and charity organizations to explore additional resources and support available to you.

How to Get There:

  • By public transport: National Rail or Elizabeth Line to Hayes & Harlington station, then just a 3 minutes walk to St. Anselm’s. Buses E6, H98 or 195 to Clayton Road bus stop which is a 2 minute walk from St. Anselm’s.
  • By car: St. Anselm’s, Hayes is situated right on the High Street. Satnav Post code : UB3 4DF. There is disabled Parking on site as well as spaces on the high street and nearby car park.

This is an incredible opportunity to enhance your health knowledge, engage with healthcare professionals, and take an active role in prioritizing your well-being. We can’t wait to welcome you to the HH Collab PCN Autumn Health Hub!

Winter Wellness Directory for Hillingdon

Winter Wellness Directory for Hillingdon residents

H4All are delighted to share our Winter Wellness Directory 2022/23 with you and trust you will find it useful. We are profoundly aware that this information is more necessary than ever this year, with the cost-of-living crisis impacting the majority of households. London is the debt capital of the UK. According to the Money & Pensions Service, a staggering 27% of Londoners are in need of debt advice. Until recently, the most common form of debt was rent arrears, but CAB research has revealed that, in the last couple of years, this has been overtaken by energy debt. A recent poll by the GLA found some worrying statistics:

  • 30% of Londoners are ‘just about managing’
  • 20% of Londoners are ‘financially struggling’
  • 20% of lower income Londoners have gone without food or essential items or relied on external support in the last six months

From our broad range of work across the borough, we know that Hillingdon residents are reflected in these figures. This directory aims to give you a comprehensive guide to help you navigate these challenges and stay well. We will keep the document regularly updated. On behalf of the entire H4All team, I wish you a very healthy and safe Winter season.

-Vicki Harrison-Carr, Head of Community Development

Compassionate Hillingdon Carers Development Officer

A joint appointment between H4All and Carers Trust Hillingdon)

  • Hours:               negotiable – part time-full time
  • Contract:          1-year fixed -term contract with potential to extend
  • Salary:              £27,269 FTE (full time equivalent)
  • Base:                 Key House, Yiewsley/Carers Trust Hillingdon, Uxbridge  

Carers Trust Hillingdon is the leading charity delivering high quality advice and support to unpaid family carers in the London Borough of Hillingdon. It is also one of five sovereign charities of H4All CIO, which is widely recognised for its innovation and new ways of working. H4All combines the expertise of its member organisations and the wider voluntary sector to bring health benefits to Hillingdon residents.

We are seeking an enthusiastic, self-motivated and proactive individual for this exciting new role. The ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, an understanding of the support needs of unpaid carers and either health, social service or voluntary sector experience.

An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check will be required for this post and there will be occasional evening or weekend work for which time off in lieu will be given. Travel across the London Borough of Hillingdon is also a requirement of the job; all out of pocket expenses reimbursed.

For an information and application pack (no CVs) please see below or visit H4All website:

For an informal chat, please contact: Karen Bonnick, Compassionate Hillingdon Coordinator –

Closing date for receipt of applications: 9am, Friday 19 August 2022. Interviews will take place on: Tuesday 23 August 2022 – please save the date

Carers Trust Hillingdon Registered Charity no: 1082297 H4All Charitable Incorporated Organisation no: 1182593

Day of the Older Person 2022

On 1st February, staff from H4All’s Community Development and MyHealth Hillingdon teams were delighted to participate in the Day of the Older Person event in Uxbridge. They engaged face to face with over 80 people, with a constant flow of visitors to our stands until 2.00pm when the singer started. This prompted a few people to dance! Encouragingly, it was busier than the previous event I attended, and staff loved seeing older people out and about and enjoying themselves again.


This article was first published in H4All’s February Newsletter

Carers Trust Hillingdon Fair 2022

The fabulous Carers Fair is back!! Making caring visible, valued and supported Hillingdon Carers Fair is organised by Carers Trust Hillingdon and the London Borough of Hillingdon to mark national Carers Week.

As well as celebrating and recognising Hillingdon’s army of unpaid carers, the purpose of the event is to provide as much information to carers as possible, give them the opportunity to talk to support services face-to-face and to raise awareness of caring to help people to recognise themselves as carers. Every year the Careers Trust identify and register at least 50 new carers who are passing through the shopping centre just going about their daily lives unaware that there is help available.

As well as a great range of stalls from voluntary and statutory organisations that provide help, support, information and services to carers, the event will be attended by the Mayor of Hillingdon.

The carers fair will take place on Tuesday 7th June 2022.


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