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.
‘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.
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.
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 […]
Leeds GP practices will stay open this Easter bank holiday for those who need help.
As part of the response to coronavirus (COVID-19), GP practices in Leeds will no longer be referring people for routine hospital appointments with only urgent referrals being offered.
As part of the response to coronavirus (COVID-19), GP practices in Leeds have made changes to the way appointments are offered and provided.
The NHS in Leeds is asking patients to stop over ordering on their repeat prescriptions or ordering earlier than they normally would do. Patients are also being reminded that they shouldn’t ask for an increased supply, and to continue to request repeat prescriptions at the normal frequency, no more than 7 days before their medication […]
The NHS in Leeds is warning local people to beware of a new text scam that appears to use a genuine NHS appointment reminder number.
Investment in social prescribing is making a difference to the people of Leeds and to recognise this, NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will join health care professionals around the world to celebrate International Social Prescribing Day this Thursday, 12 March.
A programme to reduce the impact of heart disease across the region has been shortlisted for the Cardiovascular Care Initiative of the Year category at the HSJ Value Awards 2020, which recognise outstanding dedication to making things better in the NHS.