It was then reorganised into part of the East Lancashire ' District ' Health Authority. Under this administration, the function of fundholders was known as the Blackburn with Darwen primary care group sub committee, before being replaced yet again by the creation of the present trust in 2000.
The PCT served a population of approximately 163,000 people This is accomplished by a process called commissioning.
It was John Lennon's idea to write this song by combining ideas taken from the newspapers. 1967 and their eye caught the following short article: "There are 4000 holes in the road in Blackburn Lancashire, one twenty-sixth of a hole per person, according to a council survey.
If Blackburn is typical then there are over two million holes in Britain's roads and 300 000 in London." There was no connection between this and another piece about the Albert Hall; it was just their imagination that made the link.
Blackburn with Darwen PCT was formed in 2000 by Order of the Secretary of State for Health Alan Milburn by means of the National Health Service Act of Parliament 1977, and is co-terminus with Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council.
Between 19 the local healthcare fundholders for this area was known as the Blackburn, Hyndburn and Ribble Valley District Health Authority, which came under the Lancashire Area Health Authority (which has now been replaced by the North West Region SHA).
In the same paper with the details of the car crash, Lennon saw on an adjoining page, an article about the results of a survey by Blackburn's Council which concluded there were over 4,000 potholes on the streets.It also means there is an effective response if there is evidence or suspicion of abuse.Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust’s Contraception and Sexual Health (Ca SH) Service offer a range of clinics and services for adults, including services specifically designed for Young People (Under 25).We support a Safeguarding accountability and assurance framework in order for the Trust to discharge its responsibilities for safeguarding.We provide an expert service to the Trust including, advice and consultancy in relation to Safeguarding and the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) to support the workforce to champion and promote the safety of vulnerable children, young people and adults in Lancashire.