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.
Recently my colleague Phil Corrigan, our CCG’s Chief Executive, talked about how she returned to her nursing roots 32 years to the day from when she first stepped into the profession. I had a similar experience recently and it made me realise how much things have changed since my first tentative steps into the world […]
ITV Calendar News presenter Christine Talbot has urged local women to be breast aware during Breast Cancer Awareness Month (1 – 31 October).
Clinical care home pharmacists from NHS Leeds West Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have been improving disease management and reducing medicine waste in care home patients as part of a pharmacist-led project.
Thirty two years to the day when I first stepped out into nursing I was back retracing my steps and learning new skills but before I tell you more about that I thought I’d give you a quick snapshot of what I’ve been up to in the last fortnight…has it really only been two weeks […]
When I first started writing this blog I thought the last few weeks have been quieter than usual and then it dawned on me that this wasn’t the case. Maybe I’ve improved my own efficiency or I’m that busy now that the weeks fly by. This past few weeks has seen me get involved in […]
Phil Corrigan, our Chief Executive, talks about how the juggernaut of transformation has started to make progress and her recent national discussions about integrated health and social care.
The coming month will be a busy one for me which also includes a very special birthday but before I tell you about that I want to talk about my holiday as it has been one that has given me food for thought.
With a little helping of some Quality Streets we have been asking staff, and some of our clinical leads, what does quality mean to you?
Hot weather and lemons, this isn't health advice from my other role as a practicing GP but my memories of a recent trip to Italy, I was over there for a wedding and have been playing catch up since getting back.
People in Leeds are being asked to avoid going to hospital if they have caught the diarrhoea and vomiting bug as well as symptoms of cold and flu.