The Confederation and CCG IT team are organising a series of practical Microsoft upskilling sessions to support practices.
Results from the latest national GP Patient Survey were published by NHS England last week; these show that patients in Leeds are positive about the care they receive from their local GP practice. To add to this positive news, for the first time 100% of GP practices in Leeds are currently rated as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
A nurse in Leeds is to become clinical director of a Primary Care Network (PCN) when they take effect from July 1.
NHS Leeds CCG currently holds the contract for the MJOG SMS text messaging service for all GP practices in Leeds on an agreement that ends in July 2019. After that, responsibility for the MJOG licences will sit with the Confederation, while the costs of texts will remain with the CCG.
Armley Medical Practice sets up weekly clinic to support those affected
A specialist health club in Otley is celebrating its first successful year.