NHS England and Improvement have designated Cornwall and Isles of Scilly’s application as an integrated care system (ICS).
Our partnership is a step closer to becoming an accredited ICS, targeting either at the September 2020 or on the April 2021 cohort dates.
Use an EU insurance card or global health insurance card to get state-provided medically necessary healthcare cover when you’re away.
We’ve joined forces with Visit Cornwall to ask people to help us to help you ahead of what’s expected to be the Duchy’s busiest summer.
Our summer campaign aims to help people understand how, if they need health services, where the right place to go is and when.
The national COVID vaccination programme includes unpaid carers in priority group 6. This means that in certain circumstances unpaid carers will be eligible to receive the vaccine.
Cornwall’s health and care staff are calling on residents for support ahead of the weekend as demand for the area’s services rises.
Health and adult social care staff are calling on local residents for support ahead of the weekend as demand for the area’s services rises.
The work to improve health and care services in St Ives and Penwith continues. COVID has also required us to make some changes very quickly.
The north and east integrated care area (ICA) includes Bodmin, Port Isasc, Bude, the Rame Peninsula, Looe, Launceston and Saltash.
Room 210, Cornwall Council offices,
39 Penwinnick Road, St Austell PL25 5DR