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West Cumbria £11 million community hospital given go ahead

FIFTY FIVE new jobs will be created after plans for a new £11m cottage hospital in Cockermouth were given the go-ahead yesterday.

Last updated 15 September 2010
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Public misled over fluoride in West Cumbrian water

PEOPLE in West Cumbria have been misled for four years about whether chemicals have been added to drinking water. (10 comments)

Last updated 10 September 2010
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Injuries lose Maryport NHS services £60,000

MARYPORT Health Services is losing up to £60,000 a year because people are bypassing its local minor injuries unit to use main accident and emergency units at Whitehaven and Carlisle instead. (4 comments)

Last updated 2 September 2010
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New Keswick care home plan could create 50 jobs

ABOUT 50 jobs will be created if plans for a £3 million residential care home in Keswick go ahead. (2 comments)

Last updated 2 September 2010
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Maryport hospital sees the light after friends make donation to theatre

theatrelights0608 MARYPORT’S cottage hospital has been given a £6,000 theatre lamp by its league of friends.

Last updated 5 August 2010
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Therapists in Cockermouth get £10,000 to keep helping flood victims

A THERAPY group in Cockermouth has been given £10,000 from Cumbria’s flood recovery fund to continue its popular sessions until November 2011.

Last updated 5 August 2010
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New Cockermouth hospital will have free parking

COCKERMOUTH’S new £11 million community hospital will have 134 free parking spaces for patients and visitors.

Last updated 1 July 2010
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Workington GP retires after 30 years

wilmottretire WORKINGTON GP David Wilmot has hung up his stethoscope for the final time after 30 years at the town’s John Street surgery.

Last updated 1 July 2010
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£11m Cockermouth community hospital plans submitted

cmth hospital plan WORK on Cockermouth’s new £11 million community hospital is likely to start next year, if plans are approved.

Last updated 17 June 2010
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Maryport minor injuries unit shuts early because of lack of use

MARYPORT’S minor injuries unit at the community hospital will close an hour earlier from next month, because of lack of use.

Last updated 20 May 2010
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£10m bid to fast track Cockermouth hospital

A £10 MILLION bid to help fast track the building of a new Cockermouth cottage hospital has been submitted to the Government.

Last updated 5 March 2010
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Hospital staff sickness costing £50,000 a month

STAFF sickness at Whitehaven’s West Cumberland Hospital and the Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle, costs around £500,000 a month.

Last updated 25 February 2010
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Hearing service moves out of Cockermouth premises

A HEARING aid battery exchange and advisory service has had to move out of its Cockermouth premises because of the floods.

Last updated 29 January 2010
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Surgery on offer at Maryport hospital

surgery 0801 MARYPORT Health Services has begun a new surgical service that will allow West Cumbrians to have more surgery done closer to home.

Last updated 7 January 2010
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New healthy living role for Maryport Health Services

SPORTING specialist Adam Johnson has been appointed healthy living co-ordinator for Maryport Health Services.

Last updated 7 January 2010
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