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.
As the summer holidays come to an end, the NHS in Leeds is reminding parents and students to make sure they’re prepared for the health challenges that a new term can bring by knowing how to get appropriate advice, making sure all vaccinations are up to date and having a well-stocked medicine cabinet.
With the August bank holiday weekend fast approaching, Leeds health professionals are reminding residents to plan ahead to stay well.
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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.
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.
The work of the NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) communications team has been recognised with a double nomination in the 2019 CIPR Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Pride Awards.
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.
A contract worth up to £76 million, including new investment of at least £20 million, over the next five years to improve mental health services in the city has been awarded by NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
Results from the latest national GP Patient Survey were published by NHS England last week; these show that patients in Leeds are positive about the care they receive from their local GP practice. To add to this positive news, for the first time 100% of GP practices in Leeds are currently rated as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
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 […]