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.
NHS Leeds CCG has worked closely with the diabetes specialists in Leeds to understand which groups of patients would gain most health benefit from using Flash Glucose Monitoring (Freestyle Libre), whilst keeping it affordable for the NHS. We have consulted with and gained a consensus from a range of primary and secondary care clinicians and […]
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is supporting World Breastfeeding Week (1 to 7 August) by encouraging Leeds mums to breastfeed their baby if at all possible. The CCG will be running a social media campaign throughout the week, which shows why mums from Leeds breastfeed.
A new communication system for GP practices in north Leeds will soon make it easier for people to contact their surgeries.
With summer holidays starting for most of us, whether people are staying in the UK or travelling abroad, the local NHS is reminding Leeds residents to look after their own health as well as their families this summer.
Pharmacies in Leeds are offering a new service aimed at helping people with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) use their inhalers more effectively and so better manage their symptoms.
Starting this week, a team of purple morphsuit-clad “memory joggers” will pop up at different locations across Leeds to remind the public to cancel their unwanted GP appointments
With the summer holidays due to start this week, the NHS is reminding parents and carers to pack their children’s asthma medication before they leave.
A short film made to celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS highlights some of the innovations that are helping to improve the health and wellbeing of Leeds residents.
MindMate, a website providing mental health and emotional wellbeing advice and information to young people across Leeds, is launching a city-wide campervan tour to help raise awareness of the resources available to young people.
The NHS in Leeds is asking people what they’d like to see in a new diabetes strategy for the city. The strategy will outline plans to reduce the number of people in Leeds who develop the condition and identify everyone who has it, while also looking at how we can support people with diabetes to live a fulfilling life.