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A successful service in Pennine Lancashire which helps people get home from hospital as soon as possible has supported over 1,000 people to return home safely.
On 4 May 2018 staff from across Pennine Lancashire Integrated Health and Care Partnership came together at Walshaw House, Nelson, to look at how services delivered by organisations across the partnership, can better support and co-ordinate health, care and support services for local people living with frailty
Frailty is a distinctive health state related to the ageing process in which multiple body systems gradually lose their in-built reserves.
East Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group, held a celebratory event on 10 April with Airedale NHS Foundation Trust and Partners, to mark the success of the vanguard programme work over the last three years in implementing the Enhanced Health in Care Homes framework (EHCH).
OVER the last two years across Lancashire and South Cumbria, £30 million has been invested to transform primary care to make it more sustainable for the future.
Around 100 representatives of the Voluntary, Community and Faith Sector (VCFS) met with statutory health and care organisations at Accrington Town Hall on 21 March 2018 to look at how they can work together better, to improve the health, care and wellbeing of residents across Pennine Lancashire.
Lancashire and South Cumbria residents are being urged to eat healthily and be more active in order to help reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes during Diabetes Prevention Week (16-22 April 2018).
When a person has a cardiac arrest, there are a few vital minutes to save them.
17:00 08.03.2018Blackburn with Darwen’s award-winning Wellbeing Service has been praised in a national report by a leading health think tank.
Enhanced Health in Care Homes (EHCH) launched their innovative Training Programme Folders during the January Care Home Quality Forum.
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09:47 02.02.2018Stroke is the third largest cause of death in England.
Health chiefs from NHS Blackburn with Darwen and NHS East Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) are advising local residents to learn the symptoms of a stroke and to dial 999 if they suspect someone is having a stroke.
A campaign aimed at encouraging 25 year olds to attend their cervical screening has been launched across Blackburn with Darwen and East Lancashire.