I'TS YOUR HEALTH SERVICE - GET INVOLVED

A conversation about our NHS

Wednesday 30 October, Whitehaven Golf Club, three sessions:

1.30pm-3.00pm;

3.30pm-5.00pm;

6.00pm-7.30pm

VOICE meeting and AGM

Friday 15 November, 10.00, De Lucy Centre, Market Square, Egremont

Contact us

Working Together 

Links community and NHS to keep and improve health services in West Cumbria. 

The NHS doesn’t have all the answers. There has been success on NHS and community working together on maternity services but there is more to do, for instance on stroke services, staff recruitment and retention, telemedicine, and care at a distance.  

See more about this and other ways of getting involved with local health services here

 

West Cumbria Community Forum 

Open discussion between community members and health service managers on health and care issues. Meetings are planned for:

Friday 6 September, 0900-11.00 , The Oval Centre, Salterbeck Drive, Workington, CA14 5HA

Friday 18 October, 0900-11.00, The Oval Centre, Salterbeck Drive, Workington, CA14 5HA

North Cumbria Health and Care

brings together organisations "to build a new integrated health and care system together, using our collective capabilities for a healthier and happier population". Read and comment on their long term plan

 

Community Cancer Services

A new Community Cancer Nurse service will be launching in North Cumbria in the near future, with support from Macmillan. Clinicians and health leaders would like your input to make sure it provides the support that you need.  Find out more 

Stroke Prevention

85% of strokes can be avoided. Join people from the Rotary Club, Stroke Association, Public Health, NHS, Voice and others in spreading the word at local shows and events. No expertise needed. Find out more

The following meetings are held in public. Papers are published in the links below:

  • North Cumbria Health and Care. Send questions in advance and attend meetings

  • North Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group full Council of members (all GP practices in Cumbria) meets at least annually.  See details here