Urgent care is care that someone feels is needed on the same day but their illness or injury is not life-threatening. We wanted to hear people’s thoughts and views on our proposals to establish five urgent treatment centres in the city of Leeds.
Brief summary of the project
As your local clinical commissioning group (CCG), NHS Leeds CCG has made some proposals for urgent treatment centres for the citizens of Leeds and we want to hear your views about these proposals.
Urgent care is care that someone feels is needed on the same day but their illness or injury is not life-threatening. This could include anything from cuts, minor injuries, bites or stings through to mild fevers, vomiting and diarrhoea etc.
We feel that our proposals will help simplify the system for you when you have an urgent care need.
To help people understand more about our proposals we have developed the following:
- An engagement document which provides a comprehensive overview of why we are proposing these change
- An easy read version of our engagement document
- An easy read guide providing a summary of our proposals and showing the ways you can feedback your views
- We have also organised a number of events across the city
- To see recent updates on the engagement and events in the city visit: #UrgentCareLeeds
Who did we speak to?
We wanted to hear from anyone who lives or works in Leeds as our urgent care services are designed to meet the needs of our diverse population as well as those visiting our city.
What did we ask?
We wanted to hear people’s thoughts and views on our proposals to establish five urgent treatment centres in the city of Leeds. We wanted to understand how people access services when they have an urgent but not emergency care need, their views on our proposed sites and the opening hours for those urgent treatment centres which we refer to as ‘community-based’.
What did people tell us?
We will publish the results from the engagement on this page soon after the engagement closes.
What did we do?
You can find the engagement report below. We are in the process of producing a supplementary document which will include more in-depth detail. We are also aiming to produce a summary document of the engagement report.
If you have any questions about this engagement please email us at email@example.com or call on 0113 84 35450.
Easy read downloads:
Presentation about the proposals – British Sign Language, with subtitles (17m 55secs)
If you would like to share the engagement on any of your social media channels, use this social media template here.
Urgent Treatment Centres Engagement Summary Animation – Short (1min 8secs):
Urgent Treatment Centres Engagement Summary Animation (3mins 26secs):