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.
Woodhouse Medical Practice hosted a visit from Hilary Benn MP on Friday 4 October, who came along to find out more about how social prescribing helps people in the city.
Nominations are now open for the first Leeds Quality in Care Awards, which recognise excellence in the city’s regulated adult social care sector.
Dr Gordon Sinclair, Clinical Chair of NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), has announced that he will retire from his post in May 2020.
Hello my name is Rob… and I’m the Head of Planning for the Leeds Plan within NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group and the Leeds Health Partnerships Team. However this blog isn’t about me or the work I do or the organisations I work for do.
A project in Leeds that sees an occupational therapist working with the city’s homeless has secured funding from the local NHS to continue to offer support for the most vulnerable until August 2020.
Following the publication of the NHS England guidance entitled “Flash Glucose Monitoring: National Arrangements for Funding of Relevant Diabetes Patients” in March 2019, NHS Leeds CCG has worked with neighbouring CCGs and their diabetes teams across West Yorkshire and Harrogate to produce a joint policy reflecting the national guidance (see link below). This policy has […]
In the latest results published today (Thursday 11 July) by NHS England, we've been rated as outstanding.
“Working together to deliver the best outcomes for people at risk of or living with diabetes”
We're pleased to confirm the appointment of Tim Ryley as the new Accountable Officer. Tim is currently the CCG’s Director of Strategy, Performance and Planning and his appointment to Accountable Officer will be ratified at the CCG’s Governing Body meeting on 27 March 2019.
We are currently working with diabetes specialists in West Yorkshire and Harrogate to update our policies on flash glucose monitoring, following the publication of new guidance from NHS England, and agree a single policy for all 9 CCGs.