Darwen Healthcare winners of the ‘General Practice Awards 2019’
A programme aimed at people over 45 years old with a diagnosis of osteoarthritis (chronic joint pain) of the hip and/or knee and who are capable of independent exercise has expanded to Carnforth.
Many people can feel lonely and isolated over the festive period – and you can help!
The vulnerable and those with long-term health conditions in Morecambe Bay should take extra care this winter to avoid norovirus, also known as the winter vomiting bug.
A new report has been published outlining the Pennine Lancashire Volunteer Project.
Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care system is working with practices across Lancashire and South Cumbria to transform the way patients access health services and information through technology.
An innovative pilot scheme to help retain GPs who may be thinking of leaving the profession will see doctors in Lancashire and South Cumbria using digital equipment to enable them to have virtual appointments with their patients.
New materials have been produced for practices to help them promote the various health care professionals who work alongside GPs, and within the local community. The multidisciplinary team materials use the national Help Us Help You brand with the strapline ‘Get the right care’.
Businesses and organisations across Lancashire and South Cumbria are being asked to look out for their male staff and clients.
We have decided to move from being known as Together a Healthier Future to the more up-to-date, clearer and simpler Healthier Pennine Lancashire.
With Christmas just a month away, now is the perfect time to review the contents of your medicine cabinet.
The vision for the Morecambe Bay Respiratory Network (MBRN) is simple – to dramatically improve care for patients with respiratory disease in Morecambe Bay with a seamless, integrated care pathway.
The Morecambe Bay Respiratory Network is working closely with 10 GP practices in Barrow and Millom to provide more support in the community for patients with long-term conditions, with the aim of reducing outpatient appointments and hospital admissions at Furness General Hospital.
Physiotherapists across Morecambe Bay are leading an exercise programme to help empower patients to self-manage osteoarthritis of the knee and hip.
A service of reflection for people affected by suicide is being held at Furness Rugby Club, Crosslands Park Road, Barrow in Furness.