New Leeds Palliative Care Network Website Goes Live!

//New Leeds Palliative Care Network Website Goes Live!

Leeds Palliative Care Network is delighted to announce that its new website is now live!

www.leedspalliativecare.org.uk is a one stop online hub for information on palliative and end of life care services across the City.

This unique, easy to navigate website provides advice and information on the services available throughout Leeds for patients approaching the end of their life and their families, friends and carers.

It also features a dedicated area for health and social care professionals with a host of online resources, easily accessible round the clock.

Dr Mike Stockton, Chair of Leeds Palliative Care Network said:

“We are thrilled to launch our new website which is a unique source of support for both patients and professionals in Leeds. It’s vital that people who need palliative or end of life care have access to a wide range of advice and support and our new website will enable us to share information with patients, carers and professionals whenever and wherever they need it most.”

Leeds Palliative Care Network is a group of health and social care organisations who are working together to improve services for people approaching the end of their life.

Its purpose is to help organisations work together to plan and deliver care, in the best possible way for palliative and end of life care patients, their families and carers.

To visit the website, please go to www.leedspalliativecare.org.uk

You can also get involved by following the Leeds Palliative Care Network on Twitter @Leedspcn

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2019-06-18T14:20:35+00:00 29th May 2019|0 Comments

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