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.
When you need treatment this Christmas… know your choices
This Christmas and New Year, if you feel ill or have an accident, would you know where to go and what to do?
Public warned to be aware of hidden dangers
Health service bosses are warning the public to be aware of icy pavements underneath the snow and to take extra care when going out.
Health service continuity in light of the adverse weather
Due to the severe weather conditions, a number of local health services in Hull and the East Riding have been affected and/or are running a limited service.
Incidents of Chlamydia in Hull and the East Riding down on previous years
Incidents of Chlamydia in Hull and the East Riding are down by 2% on last year’s figures, due to the increased presence in the region by the CASPHER (Chlamydia Awareness Screening Programme for Hull and East Riding) team.
Small grants available in Hull and the East Riding
City Health Care Partnership today announced the launch of a small grants programme to contribute towards the health and wellbeing of people living in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Free mouth cancer screening available across the East Riding
Open sessions have been set up across the region to educate people on the symptoms of mouth cancer. The open sessions which will be held in Bridlington and Goole will offer free screening and advice to those who attend.
It’s a Double Celebration, as Unique Health and Social Care Team Become Finalists in Two National Awards!
The Health and Social Care Team for End of Life Care has been announced as finalists in the national Health and Social Care Awards 2010 and the Nursing Times Awards 2010.
Are you 13-19? Get on Board with the Teen Screen Health Bus
The Teen Screen health bus will be touring around Hull starting this week. The bus will be making special stops around the city, just for teenagers aged between 13-19 years old who need support and advice on a variety of Health related issues.