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Pregnant women in Cumbria supported to get their COVID-19 vaccine
Midwives and healthcare professionals are advising those who are pregnant or considering pregnancy to consider getting the vaccine as soon as possib...
More than £90,000 awarded to support Cumbrians with their mental health
A charitable fund has invested more funding into third sector organisations responding to an increase in people struggling to cope.
Parents asked to be cautious as childhood respiratory infections rise ahead of winter
A paediatrician from North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust is encouraging parents and caregivers to look out for symptoms of Respirator...
NHS Patients, staff and visitors must continue to wear face coverings in healthcare settings
From Monday Public Health England’s infection prevention control guidelines and hospital visiting guidance are set to remain in place for all ...
Next CCG Governing Body Meeting to take place virtually on 15 July 2021
The CCG is holding its next Governing Body Meeting online from 1:00pm on Thursday 15 July 2021.
Covid Vaccine Update for North Cumbria - 8 July 2021
The latest figures published by NHS England today show that 423,625 vaccinations have been given in north Cumbria.
From 19 July 2021
Colin Cox on the easing of COVID-19 restrictions
Colin Cox, Cumbria's Director of Public Health, reflects on the easing of COVID-19 restrictions from 19 July 2021 and shares his advice to the public.
One Jab is Half a Job
There are some things in life you just don't do by half.
Only getting one of your Covid jabs means you’re not fully protected. One Jab Is Half a Job. Find out more about your options for Covid vaccinations in north Cumbria on this website under the covid section. Video credit to Suffolk County Council.
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
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.
From the Archives: 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.
From the Archives: 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.