Tag: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group

MindMate offers mental health support to young people

As World Mental Health Day (Saturday 10 October 2020) approaches, the NHS in Leeds is reminding young people that mental health support is available across the city. Each year, World Mental Health Day seeks to raise awareness of mental health issues, and the support that is available for those who

Doctors to counter Covid myths live online session

NHS doctors look to tackle misinformation about coronavirus during a Facebook Live session The local NHS has bought together NHS doctors and public health to talk about misinformation about coronavirus next Tuesday (29 September 2020) from 6-7.30pm on NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group’s (CCG) Facebook page www.facebook.com/nhsleeds The speakers for

Young people encouraged to seek mental health support in run-up to results day

As GCSE results day approaches, the NHS in Leeds is reminding young people that mental health support is available across the city. This year, the coronavirus pandemic has brought more uncertainty than ever for students. With no exams held this summer, and grades based on teachers’ predictions, anxiety is high

NHS call to stay alert to coronavirus this summer

This summer, the local NHS is reminding South Leeds residents to stay safe and look out for any symptoms of coronavirus. With lockdown restrictions easing and more people going on holiday, visiting tourist attractions, pubs and restaurants, it’s vital that everyone protects themselves and others by following government guidelines. Dr

Don’t pass it on – help keep the R number down in Leeds

As lockdown restrictions slowly ease, the local NHS is urging people in Leeds to continue to take care and follow precautions in order to keep the COVID-19 infection rate under control. Dr Alison Best, Associate Medical Director for NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, said: “As shops and town centres open