Skip to main content

Coronavirus is still a danger

To help prevent the spread and stay safe you can:
• keep a distance from others
• wear face coverings where required
• wash hands often
• get your vaccine/booster when you’re eligible
• regularly test and self-isolate if required

Further guidance on how to stay safe and prevent the spread

Sign up to Leicestershire Matters for council updates

Looking after your health is important at all stages of life.

If you’re aged between 40 and 74 years old you can get a free health check.  To book a health check:

  • contact your doctor (General Practitioner / GP) for an appointment
  • find your local GP surgery.  You’ll need to register before you can book an appointment. 

You can find out more about the NHS Health Check.

For the best way to access health services visit the NHS page on GP appointments and bookings.

For people with learning disabilities

If you’re adult or aged 14 or above with learning disabilities you can get an NHS Annual health check.

For children and teenagers

Your children are entitled to physical, social and emotional support and advice from the School nursing service, they can also access advice from Health for Teens.

If your child is older or a teenager they can contact a school nurse confidentially by texting Chat Health on 07520 615 387.  Parents and carers can contact Chat Health for advice by texting 07520 615 382.  They're open 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday but not on bank holidays.

Top of page