Our health forecasting services have been developed in order to mitigate the impact of weather on people's health and healthcare services
They have been developed by working with health professionals, academics, other experts and patients.
We are continually evaluating the effectiveness of our services in order to ensure they are benefiting both patients and healthcare professionals. We are also continuing to research the relationship between weather and health in order to develop new services in the future.
As a health care professional take a look at our heat-health watch and cold weather health watch pages for information on the services we provide which are designed to provide warnings of impending weather conditions that may have an impact on the health of vulnerable people in the community.
You can also find further information on UV and sun health, air quality and pollen from our 'health related services' pages. However, if you require further information please contact our Health team.
Last updated: 5 October 2015