We provide a wide range of high quality, safe health and care services in Hull, the East Riding of Yorkshire, Knowsley and St Helens. We are a co-owned 'for better profit' organisation, investing profits into our services, colleagues and the communities we work in.
We provide over 50 diverse services in community settings, from health visiting to palliative care, school nursing to stroke services and many more. We employ over 2000 people.
Through our charity, City Health Care Partnership Foundation, we give extra support to the communities we work in by offering small grants to voluntary and community groups who are helping to improve local health and wellbeing.
Our recent Social Return on Investment audit showed a return of £69 for every £1 spent and our Friends and Family Test results show that around 96% of all respondents would recommend our services.
Delivering high quality, safe health and care services that are personally responsive, caring, respectful and inclusive of all
Through colleagues who are competent and motivated in their roles to deliver the above with compassion and in an effective, productive and adaptable way
Supported by an organisation that is both commercially and socially responsible in its intent and which is seen externally as a valuable partner in improving wider community outcomes.
Service and excellence
Equality, diversity and inclusion
Creativity and innovation
Co-operation and partnership
City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC), previously NHS Hull provider services, officially formed on 1 June 2010 as an independent health services provider separate to the commissioning organisation, NHS Hull. We work as part of the NHS family in a similar way to GPs, dentists and pharmacies.
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