Public engagement and consultation launched in review of commissioning of cosmetic procedures
Two Lancashire health teams presented with awards sponsored by the Innovation Agency
Challenging behaviour in children can be very distressing, leading to family stress and anxiety and in some cases family breakdown.
Representatives from Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust, NHS Morecambe Bay Clinical Commissioning Group, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust, Kendal Integrated Care Community (ICC), Radio Lonsdale, Lancaster the University of Lancaster and Kendal Organ Donor Town gathered together to showcase their services, engage with the public and found out what they valued which helped them stay healthy .
Local residents were invited to get involved, debate and help shape the future of health and social care in Pennine Lancashire at a series of summer engagement events.
Healthwatch Lancashire hosted a public event on Tuesday 12th September to give members of the public the opportunity to question leaders from the STP in Lancashire and South Cumbria, known as Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria.
GP practices in Hyndburn are piloting a new scheme in the borough to help support and guide patients to access the most appropriate service
Care Homes in East Lancashire came under the spotlight this week when the BBC visited to profile the innovative work that they are doing to ensure care home residents receive the best possible care, working in partnership with the NHS.
Staff of a revolutionary Fylde coast health service are celebrating after receiving news that their hard work has been shortlisted for two top national awards.
Members of the public are invited to find out more about Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria on 7th September 2017 between 11am and 1pm at Chorley Town Hall ahead of the Joint Committee of CCGs, which the public are invited to observe.
Clinicians from across Lancashire and South Cumbria are coming together to try to reduce the number of people in the area that suffer strokes, and improve the services for those that do go on to have a stroke.
Two eminent national figures visited the Morecambe Bay area to find out more about the work being undertaken to join-up the health and care system.