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NHS ‘MELISSA’ bus visits Cumbria to support flu clinics at Shap Medical Practice
A double decker bus designed to deliver healthcare education and training visited Shap Medical Practice this week.
Next meeting of NHS North Cumbria CCG’s Governing Body will take place on Thursday 19 November 2020
People with a learning disability/autistic people urged to get their flu vaccine
People living in north Cumbria with a learning disability and/or autism are being encouraged by doctors to get their flu vaccine again this year.
Grants from Psychological Support Fund awarded
A charitable fund set up to support those struggling to cope in north Cumbria, has awarded its first grants.
250,000 ‘Help is here’ support booklets sent to households across Cumbria
Support booklet to make it easier for people, who may be struggling with the pressures caused by the pandemic, to get the help they need.
‘Help is here’ campaign launched to support people who are struggling in Cumbria
Campaign makes it easier for the county's residents to find support if they are struggling with the pressures of the COVID19 pandemic
Flu vaccine 2020
Your GP practice will be in contact with you to discuss their plans this year
To support social distancing and infection prevention GP practices will make contact with you this year to advise of their plans.
Your NHS is here for you, if you need us
During the Covid-19 pandemic the NHS is still here for you for other illnesses
Don't be afraid to seek the medical advice you need.
How to stay alert
Stay alert. Control the virus. Save lives.
We all need to stay alert so we can control the virus and reduce the risk infection. Watch the video to understand the 6 things you can do to stay alert.
What to do if you think you have COVID-19
with Dr Craig Melrose
Dr Craig Melrose is the GP Clinical Lead - Urgent & Emergency Care at North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust. Here he discusses what people should do if they think they have coronavirus / COVID-19.
Bob the Winter Bug
Meet Bob the Winter Bug who is a Norovirus...
Stop and Watch
Early Warning Tool
Stop and Watch is an Early Warning Tool to help recognise the signs of deterioration. #EveryoneCanSpotTheSigns
Conversation with the NHS event
A special public event took place in Whitehaven on Wednesday 30 October 2019, to discuss how the local NHS is developing.
How does the technology work?
New video consultation technology allows patients in Cumbria greater choice and flexibility with some of their appointments, reducing the need to travel.
North Cumbria GP Conference 2019
Featuring Dr Phil Hammond & Dr Andy Knox
The North Cumbria GP Conference took place on 10 October 2019) featuring special guests Dr Phil Hammond and Dr Andy Knox.