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NHS Hull CCG rated ‘outstanding’ by NHS England for dedication to improving health in Hull

NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is one of only 21 CCGs in the country to be rated as an ‘outstanding’ for leadership and financial performance under NHS England’s annual assessment scores published today.

Share your views on Short Break services in Hull

A new survey is asking parents of children and young people with disabilities for their views on Short Break services.

New GP telephone appointment system

Participating GP practices across Hull are introducing a new automated telephone system ‘patient partner’ which enables patients to ring and book, cancel, check or change appointments, and in some practices order repeat prescriptions, at extended hours throughout the day.

Smoking ban: ten years on

This July marks ten years since a ban on smoking in enclosed spaces was introduced in the UK.

Share your 'Healthy Selfies' with Hull 2020 Champions

NHS Hull CCG is delighted to announce that our Hull 2020 Champions will be sponsoring this week's #ChallengeHull as part of the Hull 2017 City of Culture celebrations.

NHS Hull CCG Annual Report 2016-17

NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group has published its annual report for the 2016-17 financial year.

Summer People's Panel is now open!

The summer People’s Panel is now open and Hull residents are invited to take part and help improve local health and city services.

First brick laid at pioneering Integrated Care Centre in Hull

The first brick has been laid for a new £9 million Integrated Care Centre (ICC) which will unite services to provide tailored care for the elderly and combat unnecessary hospital admissions.

Arts, health and culture; NHS Hull CCG to mark its fourth year in local healthcare

Music and sculpture will take the stage at NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group’s (CCG) Annual General Meeting.

Information about measles

You should contact your GP as soon as possible if you suspect that you or your child may have measles. It's best to phone before your visit as your GP surgery may need to make arrangements to reduce the risk of spreading the infection to others. You should also see your GP if you've been in close contact with someone who has measles and you've not been fully vaccinated (had two doses of the MMR vaccine) or haven't had the infection before – even if you don't have any symptoms.