Leicester has the fourth highest number of patients diagnosed with diabetes in the country, but thanks to a number of leading local initiatives, local city patients are receiving better support to control their diabetes than other areas of the UK.
Patients who have received treatment for prostate cancer, are benefiting from a new option to receive care closer to home.
Members of the public are invited to an Extraordinary Primary Care Commissioning Committee meeting, hosted by Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
Clinicians and health organisations across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland have introduced a new approach to testing bowel problems, with the aim of speeding up diagnosis for patients.
Members of the public are invited to attend the February Governing Body meeting hosted by Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group Board.
Cancer continues to be one of the top priorities for clinicians and health commissioners across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR).
A new 3 in 1 Gastroenterology Clinic is being trialled in Leicestershire for patients experiencing stomach and bowel problems, so they can be assessed, diagnosed and booked in for treatment quicker than ever before.
To mark Young Carers Awareness Day Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is sharing some of the latest work carried out with young carers, which has enabled GP practices to support them better to stay safe and well, whilst caring for another.
People are invited to a free community health fair on Saturday January 20th that is taking place in the Highfields area of Leicester.
Public invited to Leicester City CCG’s Primary Care Commissioning Committee meeting