New stop smoking service for pregnant women
A new free service which supports pregnant women in Knowsley to stop smoking is being launched this week.
CHCP CIC hit the gold standard
Local health and care providers City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) have been awarded gold accreditation against the Investors in People Standard, joining the top seven per cent of accredited organisations across the UK and demonstrating their commitment to high performance through good people management.
Scott wins ‘apprentice of the year’
Scott Noon has been working as an admin apprentice in City Health Care Partnership CIC’s Learning Resources since February 2016. His apprenticeship was arranged through Hull Training and Adult Education and last year his achievements were recognised at a ceremony in Hull’s Guildhall.
Health care recruitment fair
Looking for a job in health care? Want to own your own business? Fancy working in and around the UK City of Culture 2017?
Time to get rid of cigarettes
Have you made a New Year’s resolution to stop smoking? 2017 could be the year you Get Rid of cigarettes and Hull’s Stop Smoking team is here to help you.
Grant helps dads get back to nature
A grant of £1,000 from City Health Care Partnership Foundation helped Whiston Area Dads Club give dads and males carers and their children a day out to remember with a K?maru Bushcraft Day at Knowsley Safari Park.
Breathe more easily on World COPD Day
City Health Care Partnership CIC’s Stop Smoking service will be working with doctors and nurses from Hull Royal Infirmary on 16 November, World COPD Day, to raise awareness of the effect smoking can have on people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and giving advice to patients and staff on how they can quit.
Free mouth cancer checks
To support November’s Mouth Cancer Action Month, City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) are offering free mouth cancer examinations to people in the East Riding of Yorkshire, to make everyone aware of mouth cancer and the importance of regular check-ups in tackling this
I.M.P.S. celebrates 15 years teaching children how to help save lives
On Tuesday 11th October I.M.P.S. (Injury Minimisation Programme for Schools), run by City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) celebrated 15 years of helping year 6 pupils to help save lives.