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 residents say a Big Thank You to their Coronavirus heroes
Message of thanks for the city’s Coronavirus heroes are now being displayed on digital screens across Leeds.
100% Digital Leeds keeps older people connected during lockdown
As part of an effort to reduce social isolation and loneliness, a digital inclusion programme is helping keep older people in Leeds connected during the coronavirus lockdown.
Observing Ramadan safely during the Coronavirus pandemic
Muslims in Leeds getting ready to observe the holy month of Ramadan this week have been issued advice to keep them safe from a local imam and GP.
NHS plea ‘don’t let lockdown delay medical attention for unwell children’ parents urged
This plea comes amid growing concern that the coronavirus outbreak is causing people to avoid contacting healthcare services, sometimes resulting in a dangerous life or limb-threatening delay in seeking urgent medical attention.
Campaign launched encouraging people to access NHS services when needed
A campaign is being launched today (Tuesday 21 April) to remind local people to seek medical care when they need it with a focus on life changing and life threatening illnesses.
Mental health support available in Leeds if you need it
As the city fights the physical impact that coronavirus is having on people, the NHS in Leeds is issuing a reminder that people can still access mental health support.
Say a big thank you to our Coronavirus key workers and volunteers
People across Leeds are being encouraged to say thank you to all those currently working so hard to keep us safe and well while maintaining essential services, as part of a new campaign launched by the city’s leaders.
Leeds residents are being encouraged to access NHS emergency services when needed
‘Your NHS is still here for you when you need us’, is the message from the NHS in Leeds, as it reminds local people to seek emergency medical care when they need it.
An urgent plea from a Leeds GP – cancer signs and symptoms
GPs across Leeds are calling for anyone with concerning cancer symptoms not to delay consulting their doctor due to the much publicised pressure on the NHS.
Our open letter to primary care colleagues in Leeds
It doesn’t seem that long ago when we had the first reported UK case of COVID-19 at the end of January, since then the healthcare landscape has changed dramatically. We’re currently experiencing a strange new normal that we’ve all had to adapt to while quickly making changes to the way services are delivered and we […]