NHS hospitals across Lancashire and South Cumbria are encouraging local people to be aware of the symptoms of a heart attack and to call 999 immediately.
Free mental health support is available to everyone living in Lancashire and South Cumbria thanks to a partnership between the local NHS and Big White Wall.
New phone line and care centres provide improved access to services for people who need urgent support with their mental health across Lancashire and South Cumbria. Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust (LSCFT), which delivers mental health services across the area, has set up a new 24/7 phoneline and five Mental Health Urgent Assessment Centres.
Health and care leaders from across Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System (ICS) have today welcomed the appointment of David Flory CBE as the new ICS Independent Chair.
Maternity services across Lancashire and South Cumbria are today launching a new mum & baby app – a definitive, personal, on-the-go guide for pregnancy, birth and beyond.
Residents in Lancashire and South Cumbria are being urged not to delay seeking help if they have signs of having a stroke and to ‘Act FAST’ to help save lives.
Urgent care and treatment is still available to help Lancashire and South Cumbria residents, don’t risk your long-term health by delaying getting the help you need – that’s the message from health bosses.
With another long weekend ahead, and the weather improving, residents are urged to stay at home to aid the fight against coronavirus to protect the NHS and save lives.
GP practice and community pharmacy services across Lancashire and South Cumbria will be available this early May bank holiday weekend so that people can continue to access vital NHS services.
NHS maternity staff are looking to reassure expectant and new parents that maternity services are open.
Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System (ICS) is currently facilitating increased video consultations to support local GPs to carry out remote appointments with patients.
The Cards for Kindness initiative is asking people to brighten up someone's day by sending a card, picture or poem to one of their local care homes.
A service which provides support to those bereaved by a suspected suicide has now been commissioned across Lancashire, offering vital support to local people thanks to national NHS funding.
Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System (ICS) has this week launched a suicide prevention campaign encouraging residents to “keep talking” throughout the coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic.
People in Lancashire and South Cumbria are being urged to contact their GP if they have any signs or symptoms of cancer.