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Please note we will be closed on 15th June from 1:00pm for staff training. We will reopen as normal on Thursday 16th June at 8:00am     

 


Exercise in Barrow!

hikingyoga

A variety of free and very low cost options for all ages from walking, yoga, chair exercises to rugby and more and all local.

Click here

    


     

Unfortunately we are no longer able to offer access to Doctorlink service, sorry for any inconvenience caused.

 


 

Breast screening

   

  •      Why attend for your breast screening?

  •     1 in 7 women will develop breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK

  •     The current evidence suggests that breast screening reduces the number of deaths from breast cancer by about 1,300 a year in the UK.

  •     If you have received an invitation and would like to book an appointment, you can:

  •     Returning your enclosed ‘Reply slip’ (Freepost)

  •     Via our website: www.uhmb.nhs.uk/hospitals/royal-lancaster-infirmary/breast-screening/

  •     Alternatively, you can email us on RLI@mbht.nhs.uk we aim to respond within 5 working days, however during busy periods this could be longer. Or call us on the telephone number on your invitation. Please note that our telephone lines are extremely busy and we ask you for your patience when calling.

breast screening


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Over 50's Alcohol Helpline

Home - With You (wearewithyou.org.uk)     

Get help and advice online

Call the over 50s helpline on 0808 801 0750

Online info if you're worried about your own or someone else's drinking or drug use, or your mental health.

 


  

05/05/2020 - New service for patients with learning disabilities and autism

People First

 

  • Immediate safety assessments; 
  • Support, connection;
  • Advice and information in accessible formats;
  • Signposting to specialist service;

Telephone: 0300 303 2789

keepconnected@wearepeoplefirst.co.uk

   


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