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care from NHS hospitals (Burnley, Blackburn, Accrington, Clitheroe, Pendle) and community staff in East Lancashire.
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Need urgent health advice and don’t know what to do? Go straight to NHS 111 online to and you will be directed to the right medical care 24/7.
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Did you see our Chief Executive on last night? If not, don't worry as you can catch it here 7 minutes and 10 seconds in!
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Our STEADY On! team are at Clitheroe Market today checking and changing ferrules....Think Falls Prevention......think STEADY On!
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We have two Minor Injuries Units, one at Accrington and one in Rawtenstall. They deliver treatment for suspected fractures, cuts, bruises, minor eye problems, burns, scalds, and sprains.
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Help us deliver the best possible service to our patients. for your treatment so that everybody can receive the correct care.
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Phoning 999 for trivial matters is a waste of resources and could possibly prevent a genuine life or death emergency call being put through.
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We have two Minor Injuries Units, one at Accrington and one in Rawtenstall. They deliver treatment for suspected fractures, cuts, bruises, minor eye problems, burns, scalds, and sprains.
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The Patient Voices Group Chair, Russ McLean, recently spoke with East Lancashire Hospitals Trust Chief Executive Kevin McGee and asked patient concerns and questions - Listen down below
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East Lancs Hospitals Jul 15
People with a soft tissue sarcoma are cared for by a team of doctors and nurses at specialist centres, who will help decide on the most appropriate treatment. If you’re worried about symptoms this :
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East Lancs Hospitals Jul 15
A&E is for life-threatening emergencies only. Our Urgent Care Centres are for conditions such as suspected broken bones or breathing difficulties which need immediate care but are not life threatening.
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East Lancs Hospitals Jul 15
If you need urgent health advice you can access NHS 111 online at . They are there to help you 7 days a week 24 hours a day.
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East Lancs Hospitals Jul 15
If you need immediate care, but it is not life threatening you can receive treatment at our Urgent Care Centre in Burnley
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East Lancs Hospitals Jul 15
The secret to getting fit for free is to use every opportunity to be active! Whether it’s walking, strength training, swimming or joining a football team – You can change your health for the better today!
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East Lancs Hospitals Jul 14
Make sure you have a well-stocked medicines cupboard, which includes a thermometer and wound dressings. A lot of minor illnesses can be treated in your home by using over the counter medicines and getting plenty of rest.
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East Lancs Hospitals Jul 14
A&E is for life-threatening emergencies only. so you can get the best treatment for you.
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East Lancs Hospitals Jul 14
Fancy working with us at ELHT? We have hundreds of different job roles to suit you throughout our many departments, ranging from Nursing and Midwifery to Administrative Support! Click the link below!
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East Lancs Hospitals Jul 14
Need urgent health advice and don’t know what to do? Go straight to NHS 111 online to and you will be directed to the right medical care 24/7.
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East Lancs Hospitals Jul 14
We have two Minor Injuries Units, one at Accrington and one in Rawtenstall. They deliver treatment for suspected fractures, cuts, bruises, minor eye problems, burns, scalds, and sprains.
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East Lancs Hospitals Jul 14
It’s ! But remember, to get lots of rest this weekend! If you have difficulty falling asleep, a regular routine will help you wind down and prepare for bed!
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