We want to ensure that you are kept up to date with the latest news, events and announcements from your local CCG. In this section you can find our latest media releases as well as events and campaign announcements.
This Valentine’s Day, the NHS in Leeds is urging people to show their hearts some love by thinking about their blood pressure.
A relatively short walk out from the centre of Leeds can take you from gleaming new buildings to some of the most deprived parts of the city. Before we talk about our journey, we wanted to say when we talk about deprivation we use the socio-economic models – we know that many people living in […]
While this winter may not have had its usual bite, temperatures are still low enough to cause health complications. To mitigate those, the NHS is launching a unique temperature-triggered digital bus shelter advertising campaign on Monday 10 February. NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has been working with Out of Home media and infrastructure company […]
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (LTHT) and NHS England Specialised Commissioning are currently asking people in Leeds about their proposals for maternity and neonatal services in the area.
Cancer services in Leeds are rapidly developing to help the city reach its ambition for being the best city in the UK for Health and Wellbeing.
Local emergency services are supporting a citywide campaign that aims to recognise the dedication and hard work of all those across Leeds who go above and beyond to help people during winter and throughout the year.
A new movie-inspired NHS campaign aims to raise awareness of the key role that local pharmacists play in keeping us healthy and well.
University students in Leeds are being encouraged to think about their mental health as part of a student wellbeing campaign run by NHS Leeds CCG.
Monday 20 January – Sunday 27 January is dedicated to the prevention of cervical cancer and the importance of taking up screening invitations. Led by Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, the week aims to see cervical cancer prevented and reduce the impact for everyone affected by cervical cell abnormalities and cervical cancer.
John Bradfield, Command Hub Inspector for West Yorkshire Police is encouraging children and young people across the city to access local support services if they’re struggling to cope this Christmas and New Year.