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Dementia sufferer urges more people to see their GP

Dementia sufferer urges more people to see their GP

A Leicester woman diagnosed with dementia is urging more people to go and see their GP if they are worried about their memory.

Mums invited to share their views on local maternity services

Mums invited to share their views on local maternity services

Mums and their families are invited to be part of a new group, being launched on June 5th, which will help to shape the future of maternity services across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland

Public invited to Leicester City CCG public Governing Body meeting

Public invited to Leicester City CCG public Governing Body meeting

Members of the public are invited to attend the May Governing Body meeting hosted by Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group Board.

People’s views sought on new dementia strategy

People’s views sought on new dementia strategy

People are being asked to share their views on a new dementia strategy for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

Remaining patients at Belgrave Surgery urged to register with a new GP practice before the surgery closes at the end of April

Remaining patients at Belgrave Surgery urged to register with a new GP practice before the surgery closes at the end of April

Remaining patients of Belgrave Surgery in Leicester need to register with a new GP practice before their surgery closes on 30th April.

Extra-ordinary Governing Body meeting of Leicester City CCG

Extra-ordinary Governing Body meeting of Leicester City CCG

An extra-ordinary meeting of the Governing Body of Leicester City CCG is being held on Tuesday 24 April 2018, commencing at 11.15am at St John’s House (8th Floor Conference Room), 30 East Street, Leicester LE1 6NB.

Royal Voluntary Service launches new volunteer-led commissioned services to improve experience of ageing

Royal Voluntary Service launches new volunteer-led commissioned services to improve experience of ageing

Royal Voluntary Service is advocating for more person and community-led approaches to help tackle increasing pressure on health and social care and deliver better outcomes for older people.

Children’s Blood Test Clinic Survey

Children’s Blood Test Clinic Survey

People in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are being asked for their views on possible changes to the children’s blood test clinic.

Everyone welcome at Health and Wellbeing Event this Saturday

Everyone welcome at Health and Wellbeing Event this Saturday

People are invited to a free Community Health Event on Saturday April 14th that is taking place in the Hamilton area of Leicester.

New managers of care announced for three city healthcare hubs

New managers of care announced for three city healthcare hubs

A new provider has been selected to run three GP-led hubs in the city, which provide primary care access in the evenings and at weekends for people living and working in the City of Leicester.