Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has been crowned winner at this year’s Patient Experience Network National Awards (PENNA) during a ceremony at Birmingham’s Repertory Theatre.
Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has today announced its decision on the location of the city’s fourth healthcare hub – committing to the site of the existing walk-in service at the Merlyn Vaz Health and Social Care Centre for at least the next three years. From 1st October 2017 the new service will offer […]
Members of the public are invited to attend the April Governing Body meeting hosted by Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group Board.
Patients who have recently arrived in Leicester from countries such as Iraq, Iran, India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Turkey, as well as the continent of Africa, are being encouraged to have an important health test to protect themselves and their family from Latent Tuberculosis.
Have your say on the location of a fourth healthcare hub in the city – deadline extended
A prevention programme which will help to ensure residents in nursing homes stay hydrated and well, was launched this week with a first of its kind workshop. The event was held to teach nurses and nursing home staff about spotting the hidden signs of dehydration and malnutrition earlier in the vulnerable residents they care for.
A city service which provides patients with six weeks of extra support in their own home after leaving hospital has been hailed a success in helping vulnerable people to recover their independence and reduce the risk of another stay in hospital.
The number of people registered as a carer with their GP practice in Leicester has risen dramatically as a result of a new scheme to help identify potentially vulnerable patients.
A successful new scheme delivered in Leicester City GP practices has improved the safety of medicine provision and saved over £24,000 by introducing Practice Medicines Coordinators (PMC).
Leicester city patients are being asked for their personal experiences and stories of Outpatient Radiography services provided by Leicester’s Hospitals, to help the local NHS identify how these services can be planned and delivered more efficiently.