Tag: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group

Residents urged to get essential vaccines despite coronavirus outbreak

As part of the #NHSHereForYou campaign the NHS in Leeds is urging people to attend all regular vaccination appointments to prevent outbreaks of serious diseases and reduce future pressure on the health service. The call comes from NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) as it reminds parents and carers about

#MindMay8 campaign reminds young people in Leeds that mental health support is still available

In the lead up to Mental Health Awareness Week (18 – 24 May), the local NHS is launching its annual #MindMay8 social media campaign to raise awareness of the support available to children and young people for their mental health and wellbeing. This year’s campaign also encourages young people in

NHS plea ‘don’t let lockdown delay medical attention for unwell children’ parents urged

This plea comes amid growing concern that the coronavirus outbreak is causing people to avoid contacting healthcare services, sometimes resulting in a dangerous life or limb-threatening delay in seeking urgent medical attention. As a result, the NHS is reassuring parents and carers that professional care is always available, they should

Observing Ramadan safely during the Coronavirus pandemic

Muslims in Leeds getting ready to observe the holy month of Ramadan this week have been issued advice to keep them safe from a local imam and GP. The advice comes from NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Leeds City Council’s public health team working closely with Dr Mohammed

Drop in and have your say on maternity services

NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust (LTHT) and NHS England Specialised Commissioning are currently asking people in Leeds about their proposals for maternity and neonatal services in the area. LTHT is planning to build two new hospitals at Leeds General Infirmary. As part of the plans