If you think you or a loved one has symptoms of the killer condition don’t put off seeking help because of coronavirus. Act FAST.
Doctors in Cornwall are concerned that people with cancer symptoms are not coming forward due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The NHS is urging people across the south west to continue getting their regular immunisations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Further centres have opened, to improve coverage and reduce journey time for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health and care professionals are backing a major new drive to persuade the public to seek the urgent care and treatment they need.
New information has launched today, providing support for people who may be struggling with the effects of long-term isolation.
GPs and pharmacies across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly will provide extra access over the bank holiday weekend.
Local urgent dental care systems are being created to provide care for people with urgent and emergency dental problems.
We’re continuing to send out letters to people at risk. You don’t have to wait for a letter to arrive to check whether you should shield.
Patients with less serious illness and injury are now being redirected to Camborne-Redruth Community Hospital minor injury unit.
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