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Share your views on NHS Health Checks in Derbyshire

Published on
March 12, 2024
Share your views on NHS Health Checks in Derbyshire

Derbyshire County Council are wanting to hear from local people about what they think to NHS Health Checks.

NHS Health Checks are a free check-up of your health and wellbeing for 40-75 year olds, with a focus on your heart health. NHS health checks can help to identify potential health issues early on, to stop them from becoming more serious. It can help tell whether you're at higher risk of getting certain health problems, such as: heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, or stroke.

By taking part in a short five-minute survey, you can share your views on NHS Health Checks, and help to develop future messaging campaigns.

Take the survey today by visiting the link here.

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