Healthier Pennine Lancashire is a programme to improve our health and care system in Pennine Lancashire, which is made up of East Lancashire and Blackburn with Darwen.
We have worked with residents, volunteers, doctors, nurses, health and care professionals, community workers and others to develop our plans for change. We are working together in partnership across Pennine Lancashire to improve the health and care outcomes and to help everyone living here live healthier lives.
To learn more about integrated care in Pennine lancashire read our Pennine Plan here.
To find out some of the great things that have been accomplished in our work to improve health and care have a look at our 2018/19 Annual Report here.
Following the recent Audiology Service Redesign process in 2017 and the recent procurement process in December 2018 an audiology engagement meeting is now taking place. Current providers of AQP audiology services will give an update on the audiology procurement and next steps. The meeting will include a presentation from patients, service specification, tariff and new procurement timescales.
A local project to improve bowel cancer screening uptake in patients in Pennine Lancashire has been given the top award at a prestigious Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Conference.
A new five-year contract for general practice across England will see billions of extra investment for improved access to family doctors, expanded services at local practices and longer appointments for patients who need them.