We’ve got the power!
Health and care providers City Health Care Partnership CIC have cemented their green credentials by having car charging points installed at their Business Support Centre at the Beacon in Hull.
Humber, Coast and Vale Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP)
Guidance published by NHS England in December 2015 asked every health and care system to come together to create their own ambitious local blueprint for accelerating the implementation of the Five Year Forward View. These blueprints, known as Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs), set a clear vision for how the challenges presented in the Five Year Forward View will be met at a local level by 2020/21.
On the road for those who care
Carers Week starts on 6th June and to celebrate, the Carers’ Information and Support Service (CISS) is taking to the road. CISS will be rolling out their information bus to offer support, information and guidance to unpaid carers across Hull.
Volunteering for wellbeing
Graham North and Colleen Hemsworth are volunteers with City Health Care Partnership CIC’s Wellbeing Service, which works with GP practices to reduce the health inequalities experienced by people who have a learning disability.
Get Well Soon: local health leader contributes to national report
Andrew Burnell, chief executive of City Health Care Partnership CIC, has been named as one of the commissioners of a national report by Lord Victor Adebowale. ‘Get well soon: reimagining place-based health’ argues that health services need to move away from treatment and focus more on prevention to help scarce resources to stretch further.
Healthy Routes hits the high street in Wigan
HealthyRoutes is making it easier than ever for the people of Wigan to access help and support to live a healthier lifestyle, with the launch of HealthyRoutes on the High Street.
Healthy Routes hits the high street in Leigh
HealthyRoutes is making it easier than ever for the people of Leigh to access help and support to live a healthier lifestyle, with the launch of HealthyRoutes on the High Street.
Hub launched to keep St Helens smoke free
Smokefree St Helens is making it easier than ever for the people of St Helens to get support and advice about quitting smoking, with the launch of the Smokefree St Helens Hub.
Let's talk about death
Dying Matters Awareness Week 2016 is taking place from 9 May and once again City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) are getting involved. Dying Matters Awareness week takes place every year during May, to promote the importance of talking about dying, death and bereavement.
"I know what to do"
Will Dennison, (11), recently came to his friend’s rescue using skills learned on an IMPS (Injury Minimisation Programme for Schools) training course run by City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC). IMPS have trained over 27,700 year 6 pupils since the project was first launched in 2001.