Ten of thousands of pregnant women and new mums will receive support to prevent and treat incontinence and other pelvic floor issues, thanks to new clinics set up by the NHS.
This week is Cervical Screening Awareness Week (June 14th – June 20th) and health chiefs are raising awareness of the life-saving smear test.
One of Lancashire’s leading Consultant immunologists, Professor Anthony Rowbottom, has been awarded an MBE in The Queen's Birthday Honours List 2021 in recognition of his services to Pathology during the Covid-19 pandemic
An innovative pilot scheme, which supports unpaid carers to pursue a career in local care homes, will be launching in Lancashire and South Cumbria in June this year.
We have an exciting opportunity to transform pathology services working in partnership with four NHS acute trusts to ensure that our pathology services remains at the forefront of diagnostics to the benefit of all staff, clinicians, GPs and patients.
The NHS in Lancashire and South Cumbria are working in partnership to review and develop clinical policies across the region.
Mental health leaders across Lancashire and South Cumbria are urging people to become ‘suicide aware’ in a bid to save the lives of young men.
Information for observing the ICS Board for members of the public
We've issued new information about ongoing temporary visiting restrictions and the need to surgical face masks in hospitals across Lancashire and South Cumbria.
It is now mandatory that face masks and coverings are worn by people in most public spaces across England.
Health care colleagues working in the Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System have volunteered to be one of the first of a small number of areas in the country to formally ‘accelerate’ the restoration of services.
71-year-old Brian from Lancashire noticed a couple of new itchy spots on his back, so he contacted his GP with his concerns. He was then quickly referred to the hospital for further investigations.
Information for observing the Strategic Commissioning Committee for members of the public
This dying matters week we are encouraging people to talk more about what they want from their care when they are reaching the end of their life.
Expressions of interest are invited from Senior Leaders within the Lancashire and South Cumbria footprint to undertake the role of Executive Chair of the LSC Cancer Alliance.