A Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria
Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership
In Lancashire and South Cumbria over the past few years there has been considerable developments in health, local authorities and wider partnerships working together as Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership thanks to the commitment of health and social care staff.
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.
By working together better, health and care organisations can make a real difference to the lives of the 1.8 million people living in Lancashire and South Cumbria and their families by supporting better health, improving health and care services and reducing health inequalities.
On 1 July 2022, the way health and care services are planned, paid for and delivered changed to better meet our changing health and care needs. Across England, Integrated Care Systems (ICS) will plan how best to deliver services so that they meet the needs of local people, and are high quality and affordable. These changes take place under the new Health and Care Act 2022.
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.
These areas are changing. Read more here
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
Posted: 5th August 2022
Retired teacher diagnosed with cancer despite having no symptoms after taking part in Targeted Lung Health Check
Posted: 4th August 2022
Health and care integration in Lancashire and South Cumbria took a step forward this week with the appointment of four new directors of health and care integration responsible for improving the health and wellbeing of residents in the region.
Posted: 1st September 2022
Our GPs are an important part of Bay Health Care Partners and here our GPs and primary care colleagues have the opportunity to talk about issues and specialties that they are working on or interested in. To mark Orchid Male Cancer Awareness Week (12-18…
Posted: 31st August 2022
Every month we will feature a different voluntary, community or faith sector organisation across the Bay. This time the spotlight is on…Morecambe Bay Poverty Truth Commission.
Posted: 3rd August 2022
The highly successful mini health assessment drop in bus for people living on the Fylde Coast has been extended again thanks to the impact it is having on patients and preventing ill health.