Men’s health is anything but trivial at quiz night
It’s Men’s Health Week from June 13 and City Health Care Partnership are trying to persuade men in Hull and the East Riding to find out more about keeping themselves fit and healthy by holding a quiz and comedy night at Ruscadors Pub on Queen Street in Hull.
Have you got the smile factor?
National Smile Month is being celebrated between 15 May and 15 June, and City Health Care Partnership CIC are supporting this year’s campaign to put the smile back on peoples’ faces and help them display their full personalities with the ‘Smile Factor’ campaign.
International recognition for Hull End of Life Care Team
City Health Care Partnership’s Specialist Palliative Care Clinic, in association with Dove House Hospice is celebrating after coming third in the multi-disciplinary teamwork category at an International Nursing Awards ceremony in London.
The Brush Bus Rolls Into School
City Health Care Partnership CIC, in partnership with 543 Dental Centre and Henry Schein, has been taking forward its innovative ‘Brush Bus’ project promoting dental health in local schools.
Dental Practices open their doors for new patients
Eight dental practices in Hull City Centre, Bridlington, Beverley, Goole, Withernsea, Pocklington, Driffield and Hornsea are now opening their doors to new NHS patients.
Care services Minister visits healthcare pilot in Hull
Care Services Minister Paul Burstow paid a visit to Hull on Wednesday 23 February. His visit was to hear firsthand what’s been happening at City Health Care Partnership as part of a National Evaluation of Personal Health Budgets (PHBs).
Local advice on hand during Eating Disorders Awareness Week
It’s Eating Disorders Awareness Week from Monday 21st until Friday 25th February 2011. To support this, City Health Care Partnership Eating Disorders Advice Team and local Eating Disorders voluntary organisation ‘SEED’ are working together to provide information and advice to the public.
Make a new start with the Lifestyle Change Service
City Health Care Partnership is providing a new lifestayle change service which aims to help people who are currently out of work take steps towards gaining employment, by improving both their mental and physical wellbeing.
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First round of small grants awarded to local community and voluntary groups
City Health Care Partnership has awarded its first round of small grants to six local voluntary and community groups representing a wide variety of activities across different communities of Hull and East Riding.