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Posted: 8th June 2018

NHS seeks views of NHS hearing aid users

Posted: 8th June 2018

85,000 people across the country are expected to take part in a special parkrun to celebrate the NHS’s 70th birthday.


Posted: 8th June 2018

Share your experiences of using health services with doctors and nurses


Posted: 7th June 2018

Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria Digital Strategy Launched


The Digital Strategy outlines a number of shared principles for developing digital solutions between the partners of Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria.

Posted: 7th June 2018

Shared care records launched across Lancashire and South Cumbria


Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria has launched shared care records

Posted: 1st June 2018

Get involved online: Digital Innovation Summit


Just because it's sold out, doesn't mean you have to miss out. Event live streaming.

Posted: 1st June 2018

Supply and funding of insulin pumps


Posted: 30th May 2018

Invitation for the public to find out about partnership working in health and care


Posted: 24th May 2018

Have something to say on the future of Healthcare Technology?


Posted: 17th May 2018

​Mental health services across Lancashire and South Cumbria to benefit from national funding


Local communities across Lancashire and South Cumbria are set to benefit from a major national investment aimed at supporting people at risk of suicide.

Posted: 17th May 2018

Public Newsletter – May 2018


Posted: 17th May 2018

Over 1,000 residents in Pennine Lancashire benefit from Home First Service


Posted: 15th May 2018

Staff across Pennine Lancashire Integrated Health and Care Partnership come together to improve care and support for people living with frailty


Posted: 9th May 2018

NHS England pledges specialist mental health services for new mums in Lancashire and South Cumbria

NHS England has confirmed that new and expectant mums will be able access specialist perinatal mental health community services in every part of the country by April next year. In Lancashire and South Cumbria this will include a community specialist team in addition to an eight bedded Lancashire and Cumbria mother and baby unit in Chorley which will be available to patients later this year.

Posted: 27th April 2018

Volunteers have their fingers on the pulse of stroke prevention in Lancashire


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