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.
The NHS in Leeds has teamed up with South Asian Arts-uk, a Leeds-based charity, to co-produce a light-hearted video which encourages people to continue to come forward to have their COVID-19 vaccine.
The NHS in Leeds and Leeds City Council, working alongside local voluntary and community organisations, are encouraging people to have their Covid vaccine at the vaccination minibus.
Spring Bank holiday is fast approaching next week (Monday 31 May), and health professionals from NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are reminding residents to plan ahead to stay well. Dr Jason Broch, GP and Clinical Chair for NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group said: “With GP practices, hospitals and pharmacies under increasing pressure due to […]
The NHS in Leeds has today urged anyone currently eligible for a Covid vaccination, to book an appointment without delay.
The NHS in Leeds is asking people to choose the best service for their needs if they are feeling unwell or have a minor injury.
As the NHS continues to run the largest vaccination programme in its history, the local NHS and Leeds City Council have introduced a new women-only drop-in vaccine clinic in Chapeltown, in partnership with Women’s Lives Leeds.
GP practices are at the frontline of the NHS, often people’s first port of call when they are unwell. This remains the case – Leeds GP practices are open and available for patients who need care or treatment.
This week is Type 2 Diabetes Awareness Week and residents in Leeds are reminded that one in ten Leeds residents will be affected by diabetes – either because they have it already or are at high risk of developing it. Tens of thousands more know someone with the condition.
The NHS in Leeds has now given nearly half of people who have been vaccinated their second dose.
For Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16 May), health and care organisations across Leeds are reminding people of the support available to anyone who needs it and encouraging people to look after their wellbeing by connecting with nature.