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Get prepared this Easter bank holiday weekend

25th March 2015

People across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are being encouraged to get prepared for the Easter bank holiday and make sure they have sufficient stock of any prescription medicine they might need.

As many GP surgeries will not be open from Good Friday (3 April) to bank holiday Monday (6 April), it is important that those who make use of repeat prescriptions check now to ensure that their supply will last until at least Tuesday 7 April.

Artwork vision of future Hinckley healthcare

5th March 2015

West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is inviting the residents of Hinckley and the surrounding area to view artwork created to interpret the answer to the question “What needs to happen so that community services in Hinckley support people to keep well and recover as fully as possible?”

Once they have viewed the artwork they will have the opportunity to add their feedback and let the CCG know if they agree with the answers.

Ashby community health services - proposals outlined

11th February 2015
Subject to planning permission, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) is proposing to transfer LPT commissioned outpatient and clinical services, currently provided at Ashby and District Hospital, to the Hood Park Leisure Centre in Ashby. School nurses will transfer to Ibstock Community College and other local solutions are being investigated to accommodate office facilities.

Make a new start on the health bus

5th January 2015

People living in West Leicestershire are being urged to visit a travelling health bus so that they can make a new start and get support to achieve their New Year resolutions.

As part of a their New Start, New You campaign, West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is travelling across West Leicestershire with a health bus, which will offer health information and giveaways targeted at helping them to stop smoking, drink less alcohol, lose weight and eat better as well as staying positive and dealing with managing long-term conditions.

Please use NHS emergency services sensibly

24th December 2014
To the people of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland

We the Chairs of the healthcare organisations across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are appealing to people to use their local NHS emergency services sensibly, particularly over the four day Christmas Bank Holiday weekend. Your local NHS emergency care services have been very busy over the previous six weeks, with the pressure increasing over the last fortnight and we predict it will continue over the weekend.

Make a new start and keep positive over Christmas

17th December 2014

The festive season is usually a time for enjoyment, socialising and having fun. But it can be difficult for people in Leicestershire who struggle to keep themselves feeling upbeat.

So as part of their New Start, New You campaign West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is encouraging people to take steps to help themselves stay positive at this potentially lonely time.

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