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Community services FAQs

Monday, March 14, 2016

We have put together a list of frequently asked questions that we have been asked when we have been out and about speaking to people about our current community services review and re-procurement.


Shortlisted in prestigious nursing awards

Monday, March 14, 2016

We have made it to the final round of the prestigious Student Nursing Times Awards 2016, after becoming the first accredited hub in the country to offer bespoke placement opportunities to student nurses.


Southport GP wins top award

Monday, March 14, 2016

A huge congratulations to Dr David Unwin at Norwood Surgery in Southport who has won the NHS innovator of the year accolade at the NHS Leadership Recognition Awards.


Come to our next governing body meeting

Friday, March 11, 2016

Our next next governing body meeting takes place on Wednesday 30 March and anyone with an interest in local health services is welcome to come along. These meetings are held bi-monthly in public, so people can hear governing body members discussing and making decisions about local health services.


Launch of new cancer programme at health and wellbeing event

Friday, February 26, 2016

Southport Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Centre will be launching its new Cancer Recovery Programme at the sixth ‘Health and Wellbeing event’ in March and anyone who has been affected by cancer is invited to come along.



Interested in joining us as lay representative?

Monday, February 15, 2016

We are looking to appoint a new lay representative to our governing body and we are welcoming applications from enthusiastic candidates with a knowledge of and interest in the communities we serve.


Sefton veterans inspire local NHS staff

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

A local doctor’s surgery has donated funds to the Sefton Veterans Project following a memorable talk from the leader of the project and ex-military himself, David Smith.


Views about community services wanted

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Southport and Formby residents are being invited to give their views about a range of NHS treatments – including blood testing, care for feet and leg ulcers, district nursing, pain control and community matrons – known collectively as community health services.