Over 400,000 people have already signed up to volunteer for the NHS to help in its fight against coronavirus.
We urgently need people to join the NHS Volunteer Responders to do simple but vital tasks including driving people to and from hospital.
Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust will begin postponing non-urgent planned operations from today (Monday 23 March) for at least 3 months.
Helen Charlesworth May has been appointed to the new role of joint accountable officer for public health and care.
The NHS has put in place measures to ensure the safety of all patients and staff while also ensuring services are available to the public.
Clinicians are issuing advice to help reduce the spread of infection as the country moves into the ‘delay’ phase of its response to COVID-19.
Our partnership is a step closer to becoming an accredited ICS, targeting either at the September 2020 or on the April 2021 cohort dates.
A new approach to working together on social care, health commissioning and public health services across Cornwall is being put in place.
John Govett, independent chair, of the Health and Care Partnership is asking us to choose the right healthcare this winter.
More staff than ever before feel the organisation is investing in their work to improve health services for people, a survey has revealed.
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