About Everyone Health


Everyone wants to be healthy and we at Everyone Health are here to make that happen.

Teaming up with Staffordshire County Council, we are here to help with every aspect of health, fitness and wellbeing, with all of our programmes proven to have long term benefits.

Our service is free for people aged 50 and above who meet certain criteria and live in in particular parts of Staffordshire or a with certain GP practices. This includes support to stop smoking, lose weight, eat more healthily, get active, get out and about more and prevent falls. NHS health checks are also available to residents aged between 40 and 74.

Depending on the programme you're on, the services can be accessed through your GP's practice, pharmacy, a community location or, if you need special support, your own home. There's also a dedicated help line and online service.

To ensure these health benefits are long term, each of the programmes last around three months, with regular check-ups after that to make sure you're keeping up the good work or help you with any other issues.

So, whether you want help to quit smoking, lead a more active lifestyle, lose some weight, or simply take advantage of the NHS Health Checks we offer, Everyone Health- alongside Staffordshire County Council - can help you.

For more information contact us at 0333 005 0095 or eh.staffs@nhs.net

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Our Staffordshire team of specialist and fully qualified health practitioners are here to help you meet your health goals.

My experience with Everyone Health has been a positive one. Our instructor Adam is very friendly and knowledgable, he makes sure we have everything that is required and changes things when required. I never feel intimated by my lack of dexterity as I have in the past. This is due to Adam being sensitive to my individual requirements. I feel the class has made a difference to my overall movement. I would recomment this to anyone who is in a similar medical condition to my own.

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