Category: News

Chairman Dr Iain Chorlton announces retirement

Added on 24 November 2020, in News - General news

Chairman Dr Iain Chorlton has announced he will be stepping down from his role in spring 2021. He will continue to work as a GP.

1 year to reverse the risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Added on 12 November 2020, in News - Long term conditions

A retired nurse who lowered her risk of developing type 2 diabetes looks back at her journey which began 1 year ago on World Diabetes Day.

Help for clinically extremely vulnerable residents

Added on 12 November 2020, in News - Coronavirus

Support is on hand if your need help with food shopping, medical prescriptions and wellbeing support during the current lockdown.

Volunteers and health professionals join forces for COVID-19

Added on 18 September 2020, in News - General news

More than 250 of ‘comfort packs’ were delivered in a fortnight by volunteers and health professionals to the doors of families in Cornwall.

2019/2020 annual report

Added on 7 September 2020, in News - General news

The 2019/2020 annual report and accounts was formally accepted at the clinical commissioning group’s annual general meeting.

Tackling the onset of type 2 diabetes during a pandemic

Added on 4 September 2020, in News - General news / Long term conditions

The Healthier You Diabetes Prevention Programme has been empowering people to take charge of their own health and wellbeing.

BAME network formed to promote inclusivity

Added on 4 September 2020, in News - General news

Health workers across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly have joined the global stand against racism and discrimination.

New service provider for Mevagissey Surgery

Added on 1 September 2020, in News - Central Integrated Care Area

The St Austell Healthcare Group has been confirmed as the new provider of primary care medical services at Mevagissey Surgery.

Where to go for medical help this bank holiday weekend

Added on 1 September 2020, in News - Choose well / General news

The NHS is gearing up for what could be a busy bank holiday by asking everyone to think about the best place to seek medical help.