Parents, families and carers of children across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are being asked to give their views on how the three local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) can make improvements to children’s emergency services in the area.
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Patients living in West Leicestershire are being reminded that GPs will only prescribe antibiotics if absolutely needed this winter.
'Think pharmacist first. They can provide much more than just a prescription' - that's the message from West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (WL CGG).
As part of Ask Your Pharmacist week, which takes place from the 4 to 11 November, West Leicestershire CCG is reminding local people that pharmacies can offer a wealth of health support.
This is particularly important at this time of year, when people may need advice on coughs, colds, sore throats, flu, sickness, diarrhoea and other common winter problems.
Members of the public are invited to attend the next West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (WL CCG) board meeting.
The meeting will take place from 1.30pm to 4.30pm on Tuesday 12 November in boardrooms 1 and 2 at the CCG’s headquarters at 55 Woodgate, Loughborough, LE11 2TZ.
West Leicestershire Commissioning Group is backing a new national campaign to get young children vaccinated with a nasal spray against flu.
The CCG’s support follows assurances from Muslim and Jewish leaders that the new nasal spray complies with their religious codes, despite containing a substance derived from pork gelatine. The end product is so far removed from pork that there is no breach of religious laws, they agreed.
All parents with two and three-year-olds in West Leicestershire are encouraged to get their children vaccinated.
West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group and Charnwood Borough Council are hosting the Feel Good event at Loughborough Leisure Centre between 10am and 4pm on Thursday, October 31, 2013.
On the day there will be lots of free activities, food and health advice being served up to promote healthy living in Charnwood.
It is part of the CCG and Councils efforts to help residents improve their health and fitness as well better inform people about how to choose the better urgent health care services to relieve pressure on accident and emergency units.
Every year 55,000 women and 400 men are diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK. Local NHS leaders in Leicestershire and Rutland are supporting Breast Cancer Awareness month, to highlight the impact that breast cancer can have on self-image.
The physical and emotional impact of breast cancer and its treatment can change the way a woman feels about her body and the way she sees herself. This in turn can affect a woman’s self-esteem and relationships at a time when she may already be at her lowest. Some women find that they lose a sense of who they are.
West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group’s (WL CCG) be healthy, be heard magazine is now available online. It features an inspirational story about 93 years old Alf, who proves that age is indeed just a number as he explains his role as the primary carer for his 59 year old son who has cerebral palsy.
The CCG has teamed up with local clubs, councils and hospitals as well as management teams within the NHS to deliver a wealth of local features to its 4000 strong membership.
An update on the phased roll out of NHS 111 helpline service in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland will be discussed at the next West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group board meeting.
The meeting will take place from 1.30pm to 4.30pm on Tuesday 8 October in boardrooms 1 and 2 at the CCG’s headquarters at 55 Woodgate, Loughborough, LE11 2TZ.
Other items on the agenda include a progress report on the review of community health services in Ashby-de-la-Zouch.
More patients are being asked about the future of community health services in Ashby de la Zouch as part of a continuing NHS review.
West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (WL CCG) is reviewing community health services in Ashby to decide how these services may be provided in the future and to assess whether improvements can be made.