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.
A Leeds GP has put together a short video offering advice to people with Type 2 diabetes who are gearing up for Ramadan which is expected to start on 5 May*.
As part of Diabetes Prevention Week (1-7 April), health leaders in Leeds are urging people to make small lifestyle changes to reduce their risk of developing the condition.
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.
An innovative project that has seen specialist paramedics helping to address challenges faced by Leeds GP practices has been shortlisted for a major national award.
There is still time to have your say on urgent care services in Leeds.
In support of Public Health England's national cervical screening campaign, NHS Leeds CCG is highlighting the importance of the cervical screening test to women in Leeds.
A specialist health club in Otley is celebrating its first successful year.
A new board game, developed by the NHS Leeds working in partnership with local charity Space2, will help young people in Leeds talk about mental health issues.
A young person from Leeds, Charlotte Betteridge, is backing Children’s Mental Health Week (4 – 10 February) by urging young people across the city to be more active, which can help with their mental wellbeing.