Developing Professional Practice
City Health Care Partnership (CHCP) CIC is working with Hull University Business School to develop the professional practice and management skills of our managers and future managers across the organisation.
Local Nurseries Helping Parents to Quit Smoking
Local children’s nurseries have teamed up with the Hull and East Riding Stop Smoking Service to help parents become smoke free. Second hand smoke contains over 4,000 toxic chemicals which are obviously harmful, but think of the damage they cause young children as their bodies continue to develop.\r\n
Walk Your Way To A Brand New You
If you’re ready to stop smoking, take the next step...put your best foot forward and head off to your nearest Walk In Clinic which can be found in various different locations across Hull and the East Riding.
Hull’s first Sexual Health Online Clinic launched
On Monday 3rd October, City Health Care Partnership will be launching Hull’s first specialist online Sexual Health Clinic providing real time access to a specialist sexual health nurse over the internet.
City Health Care Partnership CIC takes over local Community Pharmacy
City Health Care Partnership (CHCP) CIC has expanded their business portfolio and taken the opportunity to buy a local Community Pharmacy business AS Ltd, with sites at Walker Street and Victoria Dock in Hull.
Children awarded prizes for artistic talents
After last week’s event in Hull to mark National Play Day, children who took part in a colouring competition with City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP) were awarded their prizes today at The Orchard Centre on Orchard Park Road.
Hull takes One Small Step towards a healthier lifestyle
People living in Hull are being asked to take One Small Step to a healthier lifestyle during a special event this weekend.
City Health Care Partnership celebrates first anniversary by supporting local charities
City Health Care Partnership (CHCP) CIC is celebrating its first anniversary as an employee led social enterprise by providing donations to two local charities. \r\nA not for profit social enterprise providing NHS services to local people, CHCP provides a wide range of services to over half a million local people in Hull and the surrounding East Riding of Yorkshire.
It's Breastfeeding Awareness Week
St. Stephen’s Shopping Centre, Mothercare and the Hull University’s Student Union will be playing host to a number of activities in support of Breastfeeding Awareness Week from 20 – 26 June. Health Visitors from City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP) will be joining forces with colleagues from Hull & East Yorkshire Hospitals Trust and The Goodwin Doula Project to offer advice and information, as well as promoting the long term health benefits of breastfeeding to both mother and baby.