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Ensuring the best possible health care for Leicester City patients

Hello, thank you for paying us a visit.

At Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group, we plan and manage most healthcare services for people living in Leicester City.

We hope you will keep coming back to find health services in Leicester that can support you and your family; to learn how to improve your health or to have your say on local healthcare.

If you don’t find what you are looking for, please get in touch.

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Cervical screening saves lives

Cervical screening saves lives

All you need to know about this quick, simple test which could save your life.

Our vision is to build dementia friendly communities

Our vision is to build dementia friendly communities

Read how the CCG and our heath and social care partners have unveiled new plans for supporting people with dementia and their carers.

The cost of missed GP appointments

The cost of missed GP appointments

£3million wasted in Leicester City each year. We would now like all Leicester City residents to help us take action.

Do you know your heart age?

Do you know your heart age?

Take the Heart Age test and see if you can make changes to reduce your heart age.

Latest news

Everyone welcome at Leicester Health and Wellbeing Events

People are invited to two free Community Health Events taking place in Leicester’s Highfields and Belgrave areas.

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City Reablement Service highly rated in the country for patient care

A service which aims to help patients being discharged from hospital or those living at home to regain their ability, skills and confidence to continue living at home has been highly rated for its positive outcomes, following a national audit.

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New eye specialist role in the city means patients living with sight loss can remain independent

People with sight loss or deteriorating eyesight leading to blindness are set to have their quality of life transformed thanks to a new specialist role that has been introduced at Leicester’s hospitals.

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