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Scroll down to find out about getting information including FoI requests, Governing Body meetings, safeguarding and information on choosing the right health care service in Cornwall.
The Choose Well campaign is designed to help people choose the best place to get treatment if they fall ill, freeing up emergency services to help those most in need.
NHS continuing healthcare, also known as "fully funded NHS care", is free care outside of hospital that is arranged and funded by the NHS.
NHS Kernow is committed not to discriminate against any employee or job applicant because of any protected characteristic.
Our Governing Body meetings are typically held in February, March, May, June, August, September, November and December.
An individual funding request is an application to fund healthcare which falls outside the range of services and treatments which are routinely commissioned.
Information governance procedures including how to obtain information held about you or the organisation and our privacy notice.
The joint primary care commissioning committee is a meeting in public and as such members of the public are welcome to attend if they wish.
The NHS is offering more and more options to enable you to make choices that best suit your circumstances, giving you greater control of your care.
Primary Care Networks are groups of practices working together to build on the current primary care services. They're based on practice list sizes of around 30,000 to 50,000 people.
Find out how to access the Referral Management Service (RMS) and Devon Referral Support Services (DRSS) here.
In this area, you can find out more about the safeguarding of adults and children.
A list of treatments routinely and not routinely funded by NHS Kernow.