One hundred and fifty four years of health visiting will be celebrated between 26 and 30 September as part of health visitor awareness week.
Category - Our Services
Camborne and Redruth Minor Injury Unit provides additional Doctor cover during evenings and weekends
The Camborne and Redruth Minor Injury Unit is putting more Doctors on duty during evenings and weekends. The unit will now be known as a Minor Injuries Unit and Primary Care Centre.
An employment support scheme for people receiving treatment for first episode psychosis helped more than half into full-time education, jobs or work placements and improved self-esteem.
People in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly are being urged not to waste their medication – which costs the local NHS up to £3million a year.
On Tuesday 5 July we held our four monthly transfusion assessor update at St Austell Community Hospital.
A Health Visitor Team has received a Highly Commended Award with Cornwall Council for Outstanding Team Contribution.
Fancy yourself as a budding Jamie Vardy during Euro 2016, but poor dribbling skills have left you with a sprained, strained or broken leg? Don’t head to the emergency department; doctors or nurses at your nearest minor injury unit or urgent care centre will be able to get you back on your feet quicker than the emergency department.
Patients in Cornwall who suffer with incontinence issues are able to be cared for in the comfort of their own homes with innovative Telehealth technology ahead of World Continence Week, which runs from 20 to 26 June 2016.
On Wednesday 8 June, from 2.30 to 4.30pm, Derriford Hospital will be holding its first Memory Café, in the restaurant on level 7.
Last week Trusts from Cornwall and Somerset met to look at how their services meet the needs of those living with a learning disability and epilepsy.