The NHS in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland is launching a campaign this Self-Care Week to build patients’ confidence in preventing and treating minor illnesses themselves.
Patients in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are being urged to get their repeat prescriptions in good time in preparation for the bank holiday weekend.
Patients will soon be able to receive a range of diagnostic services, as well as even longer opening times, at one of Leicester’s GP led healthcare hubs, as the next phase of a successful pilot begins.
Detailed health needs assessment informs final stage of Leicester City ASSIST service and homeless service planning
Following extensive feedback from patients that are registered at the Leicester City ASSIST Service and the homeless service, health and social care services and members of the voluntary sector, a decision has been taken to continue to provide a specialist service to meet the unique needs of the homeless and asylum seeker groups in Leicester City in 2017.
Four healthcare hubs that provide Leicester City patients with additional GP and nurse appointments during evenings, weekends and bank holidays, are now all open for business.
If you need health care during the August bank holiday make sure you find the right service for your needs.
NHS organisations in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland have joined forces in a new drive to help patients find the right care first time.
Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) wants to ensure that people who need health care over the long Easter weekend are able to find the right service for their needs.
Information to help members of the public access the right NHS care at the right time will be given out across the City, County and Rutland this month.
Families are being urged to ‘Choose Better’ this Bank Holiday weekend and avoid A&E unless absolutely necessary.