Charity funding gets people dancing
Funding from City Health Care Partnership Foundation, the charitable arm of health and care provider CHCP CIC, has allowed Hull Dance to provide inclusive contemporary dance classes in the city centre.
Evolve Hull community eating disorder service open day
It’s Eating Disorders Awareness Week (EDAW) from 25 February to 3 March and Hull’s community eating disorder service, Evolve, is opening its doors to the public for a day.
Dr de Vries Charity Piano Recital
Local doctor gives concert to raise funds for young heart patients.
In memory of Jamie Loncaster, who passed away suddenly from a cardiac event, a charity piano recital performed by local GP Dr Henk de Vries is being held at Middleton Hall, Hull University.
Differently Abled Event 14/2/19
An open event for anyone who would like to learn more about learning disabilities, autism, learning difficulties, complex health needs and what support is available locally is being held in Hull next month.
Mason's Teddy Appeal
CHCP are delighted that Bridlington Masons have very generously offered to give free teddy bears to children who need to come to our Urgent Treatment Centre.
#TalkSuicide campaign encourages people in Hull to complete short online suicide prevention training
Humber, Coast and Vale Mental Health Partnership urges people in Hull to complete a free suicide prevention online training programme, and improve support for those suffering from suicidal thoughts
Hull schoolboy’s First Aid training saves cousin from choking
Bailey-James Watson, 10, used First Aid training taught at school by City Health Care Partnership CIC’s IMPS (Injury Minimisation Programme in Schools) team to save his four-year-old cousin from choking.
Heart failure nurse is pumping marvellous!
Heart failure specialist nurse Alison Walker, who works for City Health Care Partnership CIC, (CHCP CIC) has been given one of five ‘You’re Simply Marvellous’ awards by national charity Pumping Marvellous to recognise her outstanding work.
Do you really need A&E?
The accident and emergency department is for just that: accidents and emergencies that can’t be treated elsewhere due to their potential seriousness. But in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire, there are lots of places that can look after illness and injuries that don’t need hospital care; using these places takes the pressure off hospital services that can then concentrate on treating people who really need them.