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Preparing for Blue Monday
Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust (CNTW) is encouraging people to talk about their problems and seek help if they need to ...
NHS Charities Together Fundraising To Benefit Cumbria
University refreshes healthcare practitioners’ clinical skills
The speedily devised programme, trained 40 healthcare staff, revising their clinical skills in administering the vaccination
Vaccines now being delivered at primary care hubs across north Cumbria – thanks to volunteers and staff
Every Primary Care Network (PCN) across north Cumbria is now delivering the covid vaccine to their over 80s and care home residents and staff.
Health and care staff need your support to tackle biggest ever challenge
Cases have exceeded that of the first wave and continue to rise.
NHS reassures public that mental health and learning disability services across North Cumbria and the North East are still available
COVID-19 vaccine 2021
You can help the NHS by not calling your GP Practice about the covid vaccine.
We are working hard to build up the vaccination programme and we are working through the first two priority groups. The NHS will contact you when it is your turn. Please don’t call your practice, as people who need medical advice and treatment need to be able to get through. Thank you
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.