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.
Leeds GPs are taking over Roundhay Park on Saturday 20 October as part of a national parkrun UK initiative. They are encouraging staff and patients to join them aiming to promote health and wellbeing. The Roundhay parkrun is a free, timed 5k run or walk.
Rachael Campey, a young mum from Leeds is backing NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group’s (CCG) support for World Mental Health Day (10 October) by calling on young parents to seek support should they experience any emotional health issues.
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and British Transport Police are working in partnership for World Mental Health Day (10 October) to raise awareness of MindMate, a Leeds based mental health resource for young people. They will be backing the Young Minds #HelloYellow campaign by handing out yellow wrist bands at Leeds train station from 3.30 to 6pm on 10 October.
Patients in Leeds will be encouraged to buy medicines over-the-counter rather than being issued with a prescription for them by their GP in an effort to free up NHS funds as part of an initiative formally launched today by NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
We’re working with NHS England to support practices to release more time for patient care by helping to share innovation and best practice across the city. There are two upcoming opportunities to help make this happen:
The NHS in Leeds is supporting an international campaign to break down the taboos around urology conditions, including cancers of the bladder, testicles and prostate.
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will be supporting Know Your Numbers! Week from 10-16 September through their Leeds Blood Pressure Wise campaign.
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is supporting World Suicide Prevention Day (10 September) by reminding people that it’s okay to seek help and by encouraging others to look out for those who might be feeling low, distressed or alone.
As the summer holidays come to an end, the NHS in Leeds is reminding parents and students to make sure they’re prepared for the health challenges that a new term can bring by knowing how to get appropriate advice, making sure all vaccinations are up to date and having a well-stocked medicine cabinet.
We would like to invite you to our Annual General Meeting (AGM). The purpose of the meeting is to share information with you about the work of NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group and to help you understand more about our plans for the future.