A kind-hearted member of NHS Lanarkshire staff is embarking on a fundraising challenge in tribute to his friend, who is currently battling his sixth brain tumour.
A community-based care and support team that’s meeting the challenges of an ageing population has been shortlisted for a glittering UK award.
Patients from Airdrie and Coatbridge are benefiting from a course of badminton classes, which are helping to improve their mental health.
Following the recent Healthcare Improvement Scotland (HIS) Rapid Review of NHS Lanarkshire, the Board has set out its plan to achieve continuous improvement in the quality and standards of care for patients across Lanarkshire.
The organisation Breathing Space celebrates ten years of its phone line, which encourages people to open up when they are feeling down.
NHS Lanarkshire has carried out an investigation into the transmission of hepatitis C to a patient who was in Monklands Hospital.
A Monklands nurse is helping to improve the care of patients with dementia, after graduating as part of a recent cohort of dementia champions.
Consultant psychiatrist, Dr Linda Findlay and her daughter Caitlin have ran 1000 miles and raised over £1300 for Scotland’s national anti-sigma campaign ‘see me’.
An exercise class for adults with a learning disability has been such a success; it has now been expanded to new locations across Lanarkshire.
Cumbernauld man Alex Caskie praised NHS Lanarkshire’s Community Brain Injury Team for their support.
Lanarkshire babies born in Wishaw General Hospital are avoiding unnecessary admissions to the neonatal unit, thanks to a new pilot project.
Drug related deaths from benzodiazepines like Valium are at an all time low across Lanarkshire, thanks to a new project which is reducing the number of prescriptions.
A new website has been launched to chart the extraordinary efforts being carried out under Lanarkshire's Reshaping Care for Older People (RCOP) programme.
NHS Lanarkshire is asking the public for their views on whether the health board should continue to use services provided by the Centre for Integrative Care (CIC, formerly known as the Glasgow Homoeopathic Hospital).
A Lanarkshire Women’s multi-faith group has donated an Xbox to the children’s ward at Wishaw General Hospital.