As part of the NHS Parliamentary Awards, MPs have the opportunity to nominate and thank the outstanding NHS workers in their constituencies. This year the NHS has faced unprecedented challenges, battling the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The general public has really become aware this year of how much NHS workers do for us andContinue reading Steve McCabe calls for nominations for NHS Parliamentary Awards 2020
Ahead of the upcoming change in the law, Steve McCabe MP has been encouraging constituents to have the important conversation with their loved ones about organ donation.
Steve McCabe MP recently visited Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s interventional radiology department to see first-hand how the innovative treatment of delivered there can save lives and money in the NHS.
Member of Parliament for Birmingham Selly Oak, Steve McCabe, has offered his support to heart disease and stroke patients living in his constituency.
Steve McCabe MP has said the Chancellor has missed an opportunity to improve the lives of those worst off and failed to tackle the crisis in NHS and social care following the Spring Budget today.
Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham Selly Oak) has spoken out against the decision to close South Maypole Surgery at the end of March.
Steve McCabe MP, Birmingham, Selly Oak has voiced his support for The Biggest Fight Against Bone Cancer, an important new campaign to raise awareness of primary bone cancer.
Steve McCabe MP has joined campaigners and patients to spread awareness about the challenges dealt with by people living with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL).
Steve McCabe MP is backing Beating Bowel Cancer’s call to reduce the bowel cancer screening age from 60 to 50.
Steve McCabe MP has tabled an Early Day Motion (EDM) calling for the Government to act quickly and stop Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) across England from reducing or entirely decommissioning their assisted conception services. There have already been three CCGs (South Norfolk, Mid-Essex CCG and North East)in England who have decommissioned their assisted conception services in the past year and now a further twenty-six are either considering reducing provision or decommissioning their assisted conception services entirely as a cost saving measure.