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The West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership is looking for local people to join a new citizens’ panel and share their personal…

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The NHS in Wakefield is urging people aged 16 and over who provide vital care and support for others to come forward for their vaccination.

HSJ Value Awards 2021

The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, working with local CCGs and primary care networks, is delighted to announce that its Shared Referral Pathway…

I've had my vaccination

With the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination in Wakefield progressing well, the NHS is reminding people of the importance of having their second dose.…

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A smartphone app and home test kit enabling people to test themselves for chronic kidney disease (CKD) using their mobile phone camera is now being…

COVID Oximetry @home

NHS Wakefield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are working with partners across Wakefield and the district, such as GP practices and community…

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The importance of sleep and its impact on our health is being highlighted on World Sleep Day.

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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,…