Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust have announced further details of the Lancashire and South Cumbria New Hospitals Programme, which will see the Trusts work together with the government to build new, centrally funded hospital facilities locally.
People in Lancashire and South Cumbria are being urged to be alert to the warning signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer and contact their GP with any concerns. Early diagnosis saves lives.
Information for observing the ICS Board and Joint Committee of Clinical Commissioning Groups meetings for members of the public
Anyone aged 65 to 69 who has not been vaccinated is now being urged to respond to their recent invite to get their life-saving coronavirus vaccine at one of the more than 7 vaccination centres and 9 pharmacy-led sites across Lancashire and South Cumbria.
Doctors in Lancashire and South Cumbria are urging residents to not ignore a persistent cough, not every cough is coronavirus (Covid-19) it could also be a symptom of lung cancer.
Some hospitals in Lancashire and South Cumbria are experiencing a reduction in people attending with symptoms of a stroke.
This is information for booking appointments for clinically extremely vulnerable patients
The NHS in Lancashire and South Cumbria has issued a statement regarding the waiting times at the Blackburn Cathedral Vaccination Centre.
New vaccination centres at Kendal’s Westmorland Shopping Centre and Ulverston’s GSK Sports Centre are set to go live this week.
Integrated Care System Board – information for observing the meeting for members of the public
New large vaccination centres at Blackpool Winter Gardens and Lancaster Town Hall are set to go live this week, along with additional community pharmacy sites. Thousands of people aged 75 and over and those who are clinically extremely vulnerable will be invited to book a coronavirus vaccination at these new NHS vaccination services in addition to the centre at Blackburn Cathedral.
We continue to be concerned about the huge amount of pressure NHS services in Lancashire and South Cumbria are under, but we are demonstrating our ability to work together to manage demand and ensure that patient safety remains of the highest importance.
The Mental Health Family Hour, originally launched in April 2020 to support families in the first lockdown, kicked off again today (21 January) with an episode focusing on young people’s mental health.
As the rollout of the biggest vaccination programme in NHS history continues, patients receiving the Covid-19 vaccine at home are being urged to protect themselves from fraudulent activity and scams.
Thousands of people aged 80 and over are being invited to book a coronavirus vaccination at a new NHS larger scale vaccination centre at Blackburn Cathedral.