Tag: Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust

Partnership is keeping people well and out of hospital

The Enhance programme, which supports people to maintain health, wellbeing and independence, and avoid a hospital admission, will be funded for a second year up to April 2024. It works by providing tailor-made support for patients being discharged from hospital, referred to Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust (LCH) or identified

Touchstone offers new parents the Best Start

A new service to enable pregnant women together with parents and carers of babies aged 0-2 to support each other is being launched in South Leeds. The three year project will develop a training programme to help ‘Peer Supporters’ – parents who can support other parents. Working alongside parents and

Quit smoking with help from Simon

Leeds people leading campaign to help others quit smoking Local people are fronting a new health campaign in south and east Leeds in a bid to help more people stop smoking by using free NHS support. Simon Aston accessed the NHS Leeds Stop Smoking clinic in Middleton and is one

The Giving Voice Choir At The White Rose Centre

Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust The Giving Voice choir will be doing their first performance of 2015, this Saturday at the White Rose Centre. Please go along and support them! They’ll be performing at 11.30am and 2pm. There will also be stalls for people to find out more about the

Beeston baby team win health award

  The Infant Mental Health Service, based at Parkside Medical Centre on Dewsbury Road in Beeston, has won the High Quality Care award at the recent Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust annual awards. Dr Dawn Harper from Channel 4’s Embarrassing Bodies was on hand to present the award. The team