What is Team Leeds?
In Leeds, approximately 57,000 people work in health and care. We have some of the most skilled and passionate teams in the world, and your skills and experience are making a real difference to real people. By working even better together as one health and care team, we can make an even bigger difference to peoples’ outcomes, as well as improving support to each other to address the system challenges that we face.
Team Leeds is not a new concept. There are already great examples of how working together has made a real difference. We are producing a series of Team Leeds Stories to highlight great examples of existing health and care partnerships, and to inspire Leeds health and care workers to work even better together. See the Team Leeds Stories section for more information.
Over the past few months, we have hosted a number of focus groups, bringing Team Leeds colleagues together to share unique experiences of living and working during the pandemic. We have heard many inspiring examples of how people already work in partnership with other teams and organisations improving health and care outcomes and experiences of care. See the Team Leeds Chats section for more information.
We have also run a Team Leeds Survey through July and early-August. The survey is now closed, and we had nearly 600 response! Thank-you to everybody who took part. We will now analyse the results, and share the findings on this webpage in due course.