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.
For volunteers week and patient participation group awareness week (31 May – 6 June), we’re shining a spotlight on one of the many PPGs in Leeds where volunteers are making a real difference to patients in their community.
Warmer weather and nature in full bloom marks the beginning of summer. While most of us welcome the change of seasons, even in lockdown, for people with hay fever, this can be a miserable time.
Young people in Leeds are supporting the #NHSHereForYou campaign by providing the voiceovers for animations aimed at encouraging parents and carers to access care when their children fall ill or get injured.
At the start of Mental Health Awareness Week (18 – 24 May), Leeds City Council and the local NHS are reminding children and young people that ‘Support is still here for you’ when they’re in need of support for their mental wellbeing.
People in Leeds are again being reminded that their NHS is here for them over the bank holiday weekend, including GP appointments as well as access to emergency care.
As part of the #NHSHereForYou campaign the NHS in Leeds is urging people to attend all regular vaccination appointments to prevent outbreaks of serious diseases and reduce future pressure on the health service. The call comes from NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) as it reminds parents and carers about the importance of bringing children […]
That's the message Judith Harris from Leeds wants to share following a bout of ill health.
Days after the NHS in Leeds issued a reminder that they are open for business, community and charity organisations in the city are issuing a similar reminder to local people.
Gloria Foster from Leeds is using her recent experience of accessing care for her 21-month old son to remind parents and carers to seek medical help if a child is unwell or is injured.
In lead up to Mental Health Awareness Week (18 – 24 May), the local NHS is launching its annual #MindMay8 social media campaign to raise awareness of the support available to children and young people for their mental health and wellbeing.