The NHS Lanarkshire health protection team is currently working with North Lanarkshire Council and Health Protection Scotland to investigate two cases of E. coli O157.
One of Hairmyres Hospital’s chatterboxes gave up talking for a day, in a bit to raise money for a charity close to her heart.
NHS Lanarkshire is asking people to “Stay at home” to help prevent the winter vomiting bug from spreading.
The public are advised to avoid visiting healthcare settings until 48 hours after symptoms of norovirus have stopped.
NHS Lanarkshire’s Blood Bourne Virus (BBV) and Sexual Health Promotion Team helped organise a number of events to promote World Aids Day which fell on Sunday 1 December.
NHS Lanarkshire has introduced new flexible visiting hours.
The new arrangements mean that people can now visit anytime between 2pm and 8pm every day.
As part of breast cancer awareness month a Pink Friday event, hosted by staff from NHS Lanarkshire, raised over £100 for breast cancer research.
Staff from NHS Lanarkshire and members of the public showed their support for European Antibiotics Awareness Day, which fell on Monday 18 November.
A specialist team that combines the expertise of health and social work staff to support older people in North Lanarkshire has been crowned with a national award.
The Scottish Public Services Ombudsman (SPSO) laid a report about NHS Lanarkshire before the Scottish Parliament on 20 November 2013.
Work to improve the roads and car park at Wishaw General Hospital will begin this week.
The work is expected to last three weeks, depending on weather conditions, with some road restrictions being put in place from Friday 22 November.
The auld alliance is alive and well in South Lanarkshire – after a French delegation’s visit to the region on a fact-finding tour.
An award-winning community-based care and support team that’s meeting the challenges of an ageing population has revealed that the power of partnership is the key to success.
NHS Lanarkshire is carrying out an awareness drive to ensure young people know about syphilis, how to get information on the sexually transmitted infection, and where to get tested if they have been at risk.
Staff at Trust Housing Association, based at Mission Place in Motherwell, organised and hosted a successful charity night which raised £500 for the cafe which is run by NHS Lanarkshire.
A powerful play depicting the realities of a family living with dementia has been hailed a resounding success following its maiden run.