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Under the Health and Care Act 2022 (effective from 1st July 2022), the planning, arranging and managing of most local health care has been transferred from clinical commissioning groups to integrated care boards. This website will remain live for several months while archiving takes place, but it will not be updated. You may also be directed back this website temporarily where content has not yet been added to the integrated care board’s website. You will only be redirected to this site where the content remains the most up-to-date and correct version.

Visit for the integrated care board for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. Thank you for your patience whist we develop our new site.

Helping the people of Leicester to have long and healthy lives.

Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group


Collaborative NHS111 Online First campaign comes to town

NHS111 Online is the first place to go for urgent care.

The NHS 111 online service is the easiest way for you to get the treatment you need, and in the right place.

Click here to view our guide to local NHS urgent care services or see the map below.

NHS 111 online can also:

  • tell you where to get help for your symptoms
  • direct you to urgent treatment centres/ walk in centres, GPs, pharmacies, emergency dental services, or other more appropriate local services
  • tell direct you to where you can get emergency supplies of your prescribed medicines, how to get a repeat prescription and provide general health information and advice.

Remember: If you or your loved one have an urgent but not-life-threatening medical need, make sure you visit NHS 111 online first rather than going straight to A&E.

But if you or your loved one have a life-threatening illness or injury, then you should always dial 999.

If you do not have access to a computer or smartphone, you can call NHS 111 where a fully trained advisor will advise on the best course of action.

If you have hearing loss, are Deaf or have difficulties communicating you can also access NHS 111 by textphone on 18001 111 and British Sign Language (BSL) users can use the NHS 111 BSL interpreter service.

Visit NHS111 Online at and Help Us, Help You