The NHS is made up of more than 8,000 organisations, with many more across the wider health and care sector.
Public Health England has issued a heat-health alert as the Met Office forecasts high temperatures for the coming days.
Much of England can expect hot weather, particularly in the South West and parts of southern and central England until at least 22 July. High temperatures are also expected to persist in these areas overnight offering little respite throughout this period.
Health risks can increase over a prolonged period of heat.
Dr Owen Landeg, Scientific and Technical Lead at PHE, said: “Everybody can be affected by high temperatures and most people are aware of good health advice for coping with hot weather. However, it’s important to keep checking on those who are most vulnerable such as older people and those with heart or lung conditions.
“As we experience the first hot weather episode of the year, it’s important for everyone to remember to adapt their behaviours. This is particularly important during the pandemic with many people self-isolating. Most of us want to enjoy the sun. Remember to look out for signs of heat exhaustion and follow our simple health advice to beat the heat.”
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