Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria is the name of our shared vision for improving services and helping the 1.8 million people in Lancashire and South Cumbria live longer, healthier lives.
Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System is a partnership which joins up health and care services, listens to the priorities of our communities, local people and patients and tackles some of the biggest challenges we are all facing.
This website provides information about the work of the partnership and gives you the opportunity to get involved locally.
Click on the map to find out more about each area
There are five local areas, as shown on the map. They provide a way in which all organisations and groups involved in health and care can join up locally.
Find out more about partnership work taking place in North Lancashire and South Cumbria.
Find out more about the partnership work taking place in Central Lancashire.
Find out about the partnership work taking place in Pennine Lancashire.
Find out more about the partnership work taking place on the Fylde Coast.
Find out about the partnership work taking place in West Lancashire.
What's going on locally?
Organisations and services are working together across Lancashire and South Cumbria to provide information about health and care.
The NHS across Lancashire and South is launching an awareness-raising campaign “Let’s Talk Cancer” to encourage people who are eligible, to attend for cervical screening.
Four separate and independent groups of clinical experts have advised central Lancashire’s health and care system that it must change the way the area’s hospital services are configured if it is to continue providing safe and high quality care.
Local doctors would like to remind and encourage women and people with a cervix to attend their cervical screening.
The NHS High Potential Scheme (HPS) is an exciting new NHS Leadership Academy development programme that is being piloted in seven areas, with participants in Lancashire and South Cumbria starting from July 2020.
Two local Primary Care Networks (PCNs) have spearheaded a new project to help primary school children learn coping skills and deal with stress.