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You’re invited to the Big Healthcare Conversation

27th November 2013

Would you like the opportunity to influence your local healthcare services in West Leicestershire?

The team at West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (WL CCG) are responsible for planning and buying healthcare services on behalf of local people and are inviting residents of West Leicestershire to ‘The Big Healthcare Conversation’. It is being held on Tuesday 3rd December 2013 at Loughborough Town Hall in the Victoria Room, Market Street, Loughborough, from 9.30am until 12.30pm with registration from 9am.

Killer disease patients told “It’s not too late”

18th November 2013

West Leicestershire people who suffer from an incurable lung condition are being assured that it’s not too late to manage the disease and improve their everyday lives.

The message coincides with World COPD Day (20 November), the key date in a global campaign aimed at raising awareness of the potentially fatal condition.

COPD is an umbrella term for a number of conditions which prematurely age the lungs. It stands for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. World COPD Day’s main message to sufferers is: “It’s not too late” - to tackle the impact of COPD on your life.

Diabetes care starts with lifestyle – a World Diabetes Day message

15th November 2013

West Leicestershire patients with diabetes are being encouraged to make careful lifestyle choices in addition to taking any medication they are prescribed.

The advice coincided with World Diabetes Day on Thursday 14 November.

Treatment for diabetes aims to help people with the condition control their blood glucose levels and minimise the risk of developing complications.

Patients come first for Dr Nick Pulman

8th November 2013

Dr Nick Pulman has today sadly announced that he is to step aside from his role as Chair of West Leicester Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) from January 2014.

The decision to step aside from the healthcare organisation was not an easy one for Dr Pulman.

Over the last month several key members of staff at his GP surgery have decided on career changes, and this has caused a significant pressure on the ability of the remaining partners to manage the surgery without him.

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