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NHS Highland publishes frequent press releases to let you know about new services and the latest health information and advice from our experts. See the latest NHS Highland news stories relating to the South & Mid Highland area below.

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The Mackenzie Centre in Inverness has secured £12,000 of funding from a national iniative by Tesco.
NHS Highland held an improvement workshop focussing on children and young people with neurodevelopmental needs this week.
Sepsis and the devastating consequences it can have is the subject of a new film coming to Eden Court, Inverness next month and the screenings will also involve a public information session and a question and answer session with NHS Highland staff.
The origin and development of hospitals in Inverness will be the subject of an event taking place at Inverness Town House next month (March).
Specialist NHS Highland physiotherapists are asking people in Highland to “pucker up” this Valentine’s Day.
In the spirit of fairness, openness and partnership working NHS Highland is calling on Highland councillors to consider their budget allocation to NHS Highland very carefully before making a final decision at their budget next week (Thursday 16 February).
An exclusive preview of a new resource for people with autism is to be held in Inverness.
NHS Highland has confirmed that patients, visitors, staff and public representatives will take part in a food tasting test on Friday, 17th February.

The NHS Highland board was told today that it has to make ‘unprecedented’ reduction in costs of around £100 million over the next three years.
A mother from Skye is urging women in Highland to participate in the Scottish Cervical Screening Programme.
NHS Highland’s “Ask the Cardiologist” is making a return this year as part of the British Heart Foundation’s Heart Month (February).
The first of a number of planned changes to support the redesign of health and social care in Badenoch and Strathspey is set to take place by the end of March 2017.
Mental health professionals from across NHS Highland attended specialist training designed to support people to manage their emotions and overall health more effectively this week.

Deputy Chief Medical Officer calls on Scots not to be complacent to risk of flu

Scotland’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer issued the call for people at risk of flu to get their flu vaccine as early as possible this year.

The newly formed Easter Ross Community Partnership will hold its first full meeting in the Community Café at Invergordon Academy on Wednesday 1st February  2017 at 10.00 am.
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