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Wed, 2 Sep 2015 09:02:27
Another photo from the fabulous West Indian Carnival in Chapeltown this bank holiday Monday. What a great turnout! http://t.co/StJgFS5y19
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Welcome to Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust
Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust is responsible for providing healthcare services in the Leeds area.
We provide a range of community services for adults and children including community nursing, health visiting, physiotherapy, community dentistry, primary care mental health, smoking cessation and sexual health services. You can see full details of all our services here.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our care. We want to make sure that all our patients have access to appropriate services and have positive experiences throughout their care.
Our vision is to provide the best possible care to every community in Leeds. Click here to see how we do this.
We hope this website provides the information you need about Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust. If you have any comments or questions about the site or about our organisation please contact us.
The Care Quality Commission published its report into our services in April 2015 - you can read this via the CQC website here.
Innovative mobile space increases access to healthcare for prisoners
17 August 2015: On Thursday 20 August, Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust and SAFE Innovations will launch seedS, an innovative space for prisoners at HMP Leeds to access healthcare. More >
AGM and Health Festival
07 August 2015: Join us for our AGM and Health Festival on Wednesday 16 September. More >
Building Community Capacity Health Visiting project
14 August 2015: With a renewed commitment to fulfilling the 'community level' aspect of the role, Rebekah Besford and Amy Prytherch, two student health visitors, explain their part in a pilot project to embrace 'Building Community Capacity' within our health visiting service. More >