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.
Staff at British Transport Police West Yorkshire are backing the ‘Big Thank You’ campaign, by thanking their winter heroes and are encouraging Leeds residents to say thanks to their winter hero.
The NHS has written a Long Term Plan so it can be fit for the future. It was developed in partnership with those who know the NHS best – frontline health and care staff, patients and their families and other experts.
Evening and weekend appointments are now available with GPs, practice nurses and other healthcare professionals for routine pre-booked appointments for patients in Leeds.
Leeds Transforming Care Board are looking for Experts by Experience to work with them on their Transforming Care Plans.
A report commissioned by NHS England entitled “An independent investigation into the care and treatment of Harry Bosomworth by Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust” was published on 18 December 2018. It is available from NHS England’s website.
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is advising patients that if they become unwell over the holidays GP appointments will available over Christmas and New Year. Pre-booked appointments can be booked either directly with your GP or by ringing NHS111. GP appointments may not be at your usual GP practice but at your local extended access hub.
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is advising patients not to leave it too late to order or collect repeat prescriptions over Christmas and New Year.
As part of this year’s Children’s Commissioner’s Takeover Day, a MindMate Ambassador will be encouraging ‘Free Talk Fridays’, launching on 14 December.
People in Leeds are being encouraged to take part in the ‘Big Thank You’ campaign this winter which launched on Thursday 6 December and runs through to February 2019.
As winter approaches, the NHS in Leeds is supporting a national Met Office campaign that urges residents to be prepared to stay safe and well, whatever the weather.