This August bank holiday (Monday 31st August), the NHS in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland is advising local people that services are open for anyone that needs medical assistance.
A local healthcare campaign has won a prestigious national award.
s the Spring Bank Holiday approaches (Monday 25th May), health bosses in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are advising residents to get medical help if required – and that the NHS is still there for those who need it.
People in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) are being invited by local chief nurses to join in celebrations marking International Nurses Day (Tuesday 12 May) by thanking local nurses for the expert care they deliver 24/7.
We want to know how easy you have found it to access health and care services, especially with the temporary changes that have been made during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sign up to our Citizens’ Panel, a new online network to gather public views and opinions on a wide variety of health topics, which will be used to help plan services.
Thousands of women in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are putting their lives at risk by not taking up the offer of cervical screening.
NHS encourages patients to learn how to treat common illnesses during Self-Care Week (18th to 24th November 2019)
With the winter season just beginning, the NHS in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland is making it easier for people to find out how to treat minor illnesses themselves.
A Loughborough GP has won a national award from the Royal College of GPs for his ‘ground-breaking’ work in speeding up cancer diagnoses.
Health Promotion Event for people with a learning disability in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland
People who have a learning disability, and their carers, are invited to a Health Promotion Event taking place during Learning Disability Week (June 17th – 23rd). The event, which runs from 12.00-4.00pm on Friday 21st June at the BRITE Centre, Braunstone Avenue, Leicester LE3 1LE, is designed to help people stay healthy and to support […]