Specialist health visitor Marian Judd is used to giving mums and dads advice on breast feeding face to face.
Lancashire Healthy Young People and Families Service is set to offer virtual group sessions for the families it supports.
Skelmersdale Walk-In Centre has been recognised for going above and beyond to help patients get the care they need in its latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection.
United Nations organisation UNICEF, which runs the Baby Friendly Initiative, has awarded gold standard to our Lancashire Healthy Young People and Families Service.
Our Lancashire Healthy Young People and Families Service has transformed its Single Point of Access (SPA) into a virtual service.
Virgin Care has joined businesses from across the UK in an initiative to help Britain and its most vulnerable citizens through the coronavirus crisis. It has teamed up with former Cabinet Minister, Rt Hon Justine Greening, as a founding member of the C-19 Business Pledge.
Our school nurses are on hand to give young people help and advice on a range of issues during Lockdown through the confidential texting service ChatHealth.
Healthy Family Support Assistant Chris Arrowsmith carries out her Jumping Beans sessions via Facebook to keep children active and entertained while they have to stay at home during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Patients visiting our West Lancashire Urgent Treatment Centre can be assured that they are receiving quality care in a timely manner from highly skilled health professionals.