New vaccination centre to open in Princes Quay
City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP) announced today that they are opening a new vaccination centre in Princes Quay, Hull on Monday 8 November.
Hull Parkinson’s Hub scoops prestigious national awards
Doctors, nurses, therapists and social care staff working together to help people with Parkinson’s disease in Hull have won two major prizes for outstanding excellence at a national awards ceremony.
100,000 vaccines given at Hull City Hall
City Health Care Partnership CIC, who are running the vaccination centre at City Hall in Hull, announced today that they have now given 100,000 Covid jabs.
New site for sexual health
Conifer Sexual and Reproductive Health Service is proud to announce the arrival of its new, shiny, accessible and informative website.
Hull to become one of three pilot sites for national wound care programme
Partners of Yorkshire & Humber AHSN have been chosen to lead one of England’s first implementation sites as part of a nationwide programme that seeks to improve the care of wounds.
Hull City Hall joins the fight to protect the nation against Covid-19
Hull City Hall became the latest large vaccination centre to be established in the Humber Coast and Vale region as the first vaccinations took place today, 10 February 2021.
International recognition for Hull’s pioneering Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre
The £9.5 million Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre (ICC) was the first of its kind in the UK and has seen thousands of patients and care home residents pass through its doors since it opened in July 2018, as well as contributing to a significant reduction in hospital admissions.
Great-grandmother Sheila, 84, receives Covid-19 vaccine
A beaming smile on her face, Sheila Page declared it “one of the best Christmas presents” in my life.
Mouth Cancer Action Month – time to get checked!
Over 8,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with mouth cancer every year; during November, Mouth Cancer Action Month, City Health Care Partnership’s Oral Health Promotion team are encouraging everyone to get checked out so any signs of cancer can be caught early.