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.
Health leaders in the city are encouraging Leeds residents to invest in their future by making small changes that can make a big difference.
From a superbug jitterbug and school lessons to ward rounds and GP surgery visits, activities are taking place across Leeds to mark World Antibiotics Awareness Week (18-24 November).
For World Diabetes Day (WDD) on 14 November, health leaders in the city are urging residents to be more aware of the condition and learn how they can prevent or manage it.
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is urging people to take the chance to get their blood pressure tested as part of Know your Numbers! week.
September is Vascular Disease Awareness Month, and the NHS in Leeds is supporting a national campaign to raise awareness of this condition.
To raise awareness of the growing issue of antibiotic resistance, we'll be challenging families to a game of giant ‘Superbugs and Ladders’ at Breeze events across the city.
With hot weather and tropical conditions due to hit Leeds this week, the local NHS is reminding people how to stay safe and well while reducing potential pressure on the health system.
As the weather warms up and we spend more time outdoors, the NHS in Leeds is advising people with asthma – especially children – on how to manage their health this summer to avoid the ‘September spike’ in emergency asthma admissions.
Staff from across the NHS in Leeds are marking Safeguarding Week from 24 to 30 June to help raise awareness of the role we can all play in keeping children and vulnerable adults safe.
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.