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.
For World Diabetes Day (WDD) on 14 November, health and civic leaders in the city are urging residents to be more aware of the condition and learn how they can prevent or manage it – and to help highlight the campaign, the civic and town halls are turning blue for the day.
NHS England commissioned an independent investigation in relation to the care and treatment of Ms K following an incident which occurred in October 2011 and led to the death of Mr DE. The independent investigation identified opportunities to improve service delivery with a number of recommendations made.
Healthcare leaders from across the city will be at Gledhow Wing, St James’s University Hospital on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 November pledging to help tackle antibiotic resistance.
The Secretary of State for Health, Matt Hancock MP, visited Leeds over Thursday (18 October) and Friday (19 October). As part of his visit he looked at how cutting edge digital technology is being used in GP practices and care teams across Leeds to help keep patients out of hospital.
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the NHS in Leeds is urging women of all ages to be more aware of the signs of the disease and to see a health care professional if they have any concerns
Leeds GPs are taking over Roundhay Park on Saturday 20 October as part of a national parkrun UK initiative. They are encouraging staff and patients to join them aiming to promote health and wellbeing. The Roundhay parkrun is a free, timed 5k run or walk.
Rachael Campey, a young mum from Leeds is backing NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group’s (CCG) support for World Mental Health Day (10 October) by calling on young parents to seek support should they experience any emotional health issues.
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and British Transport Police are working in partnership for World Mental Health Day (10 October) to raise awareness of MindMate, a Leeds based mental health resource for young people. They will be backing the Young Minds #HelloYellow campaign by handing out yellow wrist bands at Leeds train station from 3.30 to 6pm on 10 October.
Patients in Leeds will be encouraged to buy medicines over-the-counter rather than being issued with a prescription for them by their GP in an effort to free up NHS funds as part of an initiative formally launched today by NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
We’re working with NHS England to support practices to release more time for patient care by helping to share innovation and best practice across the city. There are two upcoming opportunities to help make this happen: