• Amazing Care Award nominations
    now open

    People across Lancashire  are invited to nominate a team, individual or service who they feel should be recognised for providing amazing care.

    It’s often the little things that can make a big difference to patients and their families.

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  • Perinatal Mental Health North West Mother and Baby Unit (MBU) and Outreach Service now open

    The brand new mother and baby unit is an inpatient facility for mothers who are experiencing severe mental illness during the latter stages of pregnancy or in the year after giving birth, and who cannot be safely treated in their own homes.

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  • Service User and Carer Mental Health Listening Events in Lancashire

    Your help is needed to shape the future of Mental Health services in Lancashire and South Cumbria, the first step is to come to one of our Listening Events. There will be five sessions across Lancashire and South Cumbria and we would like you to attend whichever is most convenient for you.

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    Here at Lancashire Care we are looking for experienced health professionals to come and join our diverse range of teams and services. Working for Lancashire Care provides you with a unique opportunity to do what you really believe in!! Making a difference to the lives of the people of Lancashire and beyond.

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