The new NHS Test and Trace service will launch tomorrow (Thursday 28 May) across England, the government announced.
Ahead of the May bank holiday on Monday 25 May, we are asking people to visit community pharmacies if they require treatment for minor ailments or advice.
The NHS is today urging anyone who thinks they or a loved one have symptoms of the killer condition not be put off seeking help because of coronavirus but to ‘act FAST’.
Doctors in Cornwall are concerned that people with cancer symptoms are not coming forward due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The NHS is urging people across the South West to continue getting their regular immunisations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aside from the normal grief that families and friends feel with the loss of a loved one, during these extraordinary times with the Covid19 Pandemic, many will experience the added distress of not being able to be physically at a bed side or hold a loved one’s hand.
RCHT has joined the fight against Coronavirus by recruiting COVID-19 patients to participate in a ground-breaking new study of the disease performed by the partnership between the GenOMICC Study Consortium (led by the University of Edinburgh) and Genomics England. The study, announced by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, on 13th May will help us better understand the virus’ varied effects on people and support the search for treatments.
Every day we see positive clips of patients being clapped as they leave Critical Care Units across the world and take their first steps towards recovery from Covid 19.
In October 2016 the Royal Cornwall Hospital Choir held a 24-hour Singathon to support the Trust’s Birth And Baby Appeal. As a finale to this event, a friend of the choir wrote some new words for a well-known tune.
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