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Final call for views about community services

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Make sure you tell us about your experiences of using community services before 30 April 2016, when our current survey to gain people's views closes. Community services is the collective name for a wide range of healthcare that is often delivered in clinics and other community venues and sometimes in people's homes.

Save the date – our next Big Chats

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

We have set dates for our next two Big Chats, so make sure you have the days saved in your diary. Big Chats are a chance for you to hear about our latest work and to give your views and ideas about our plans for local healthcare.

Junior doctors strike information

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

On Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 April junior doctors will be staging their next round of industrial action, which will also include their withdrawal of cover in A&E departments. This page includes information and updates on how you can access services during this time.

New face for our Governing Body

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

We would like to introduce Graham Bayliss, who has been appointed as our new Governing Body lead for patient and public participation. Read more about how Graham will be drawing from his career and experience to assist our work.

Campaign gains national attention from just one tweet

Friday, April 08, 2016

Our ‘only order what you need’ campaign, which ran from November 2015 until February 2016, has been gaining some national attention. Read more about how one tweet led to national coverage of our work.

You. Me. Us. Get active with 'Everybody Active'

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

In a bid to get 'Everybody Active', Sefton Council and Sports England have teamed up to run fitness classes and sessions across the borough to help you keep fit and healthy. Find out more about the classes available to you and when they will be.

Are you eligible for bowel cancer screening?

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

It is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month and the charity behind the campaign is calling on eligible Sefton residents to take up the offer to be screened and fight this curable disease.