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Wakefield Council and NHS Wakefield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are set to trial innovative future working arrangements to improve the health…

Everyone is welcome in general practice. I have the right to register and receive treatment from a GP practice. I do not need a fixed address, I do not need identification. Anyone in England can see a GP. Find out more: www.nhs.uk/register

In order to receive the COVID-19 vaccine it is really helpful if you are registered with a GP.

Man sitting on bed coughing. A cough that lasts three weeks or more could be a warning sign. Just contact your GP practice.

If you’ve had a cough for three weeks or more and it isn’t COVID-19, it could be a sign of cancer. It’s probably nothing serious, but if it is cancer,…

Nurse wearing face mask drawing up a COVID-19 vaccine

People who are over 70 and haven’t had their first vaccination can contact the NHS National Booking Service for an appointment.

COVID-19 vaccination being administered

If you are a frontline health and care worker and haven’t yet received your first COVID-19 vaccination, you can now book in for a time and place that…

The Art House in Wakefield City Centre

2020 brought its challenges but also in Wakefield and district the creation and delivery of a new offer – Safe Space.

Staff suicide prevention campaign

West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership (WY&H HCP) has launched an innovative staff suicide prevention campaign targeted at more than…

Information about coronavirus (COVID-19)

The latest information about coronavirus (COVID-19).

Nurse administering an elderly man's COVID-19 vaccine

More care home residents and vulnerable people in Wakefield will be offered protection against COVID-19, as the new Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine starts…

George Hopwood

An 88-year-old from South Kirkby has become the first person in Wakefield to receive the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine as clinics to deliver the…