What is Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria?
Simon Stevens, the Chief Executive of the NHS in England has provided an update on the progress of the NHS Five Year Forward View, the national plan to transform the healthcare system.
Patients in Lancashire and South Cumbria are set to benefit from expansion of the diabetes prevention programme as NHS England drives forward changes to support people to live healthier lives.
Members of the public are invited to observe the Joint Committee of Clinical Commissioning Groups which is set to hold its next meeting at South Ribble Council Offices in Leyland on 6th July 2017 at 1pm.
In July 2018, students from schools in Lancashire and Cumbria took part in our Digital Healthy Schools event at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston. As part of our celebrations of the 70th birthday of the NHS this year, we recorded their ideas about what the NHS might look like in 70 years' time. These have now been brought to life in a short animation.
Over 200,000 people across Lancashire and South Cumbria set to benefit as clinical pharmacists join general practice teams
Health leaders across Lancashire and South Cumbria have welcomed the publication of the NHS Long Term Plan. The plan outlines the priorities for the health service over the next decade. It describes how the NHS will make sure people get the best start in life, and how patients can expect world-class care for major health problems.