We asked how easy it had been for people to get information about how to keep themselves and others safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
GPs and their teams on the Isles of Scilly have started vaccinating residents against COVID-19 in the continued vaccine rollout.
NHS England and Improvement have designated Cornwall and Isles of Scilly’s application as an integrated care system (ICS).
Nutrition and hydration play a very important role in how your body reacts to and recovers from coronavirus (COVID-19).
This standard aims to highlight differences between the experience and treatment of white staff and BME staff in the NHS.
NHS Kernow’s planned care team plan and buy services for people who may be experiencing ear, nose and throat and hearing problems or associated conditions.
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.
More than 250 of ‘comfort packs’ were delivered in a fortnight by volunteers and health professionals to the doors of families in Cornwall.
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