Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership
We are a partnership of health and care organisations working together across Lancashire and South Cumbria to empower and support the 1.8 million people in our communities to have the best start in life, so they can live longer, healthier lives.
Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership is the name of our Integrated Care System which joins up health and care services, listens to the priorities of our communities, local people and patients and tackles some of the biggest challenges we are all facing.
This website provides information about the work of the partnership, the developments in integrated care and gives you the opportunity to get involved locally.
Click on the map to find out more about each area
There are five local areas, as shown on the map. They provide a way in which all organisations and groups involved in health and care can join up locally.
Find out more about partnership work taking place in North Lancashire and South Cumbria.
Find out more about the partnership work taking place in Central Lancashire.
Find out about the partnership work taking place in Pennine Lancashire.
Find out more about the partnership work taking place on the Fylde Coast.
Find out about the partnership work taking place in West Lancashire.
Latest news from across the Integrated Care System
Lancashire and South Cumbria welcome a new pilot scheme that is offering support to new and expectant mums to prevent and treat incontinence and other pelvic issues. With one in three women experiencing urinary incontinence in the first year after having…
Following a request from the Department of Health and Social Care for advice on a possible extension of the COVID-19 vaccination programme, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has looked at the available evidence around vaccinating…
The local NHS in Lancashire and South Cumbria has published a new report explaining why funding for new hospital facilities is essential for the health of local people. The New Hospitals Programme Case for Change report outlines the critical need for…
Andrew Bennett, the Executive Director for Commissioning for the Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System, is set to become the new Chief Officer, following Dr Amanda Doyle OBE’s appointment as North West Regional Director for NHS England and…
Grace, a 12-year-old student from Penwortham Girls High School in Preston, has become the North West regional winner of the ‘Step into the NHS’ competition recognising her creative and detailed board game showcasing the role of an occupational therapist.