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Extra £2.1m to support East Yorkshire hospitals this winter

Extra funding of more than two million pounds is being invested in Hull and East Yorkshire hospitals in a bid to help them cope this winter.

Healthier Hull projects - you decide who gets funding!

Voting will be under way soon for projects to make Hull a healthier place, and NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) wants your help to decide which ones get the funding to go ahead.

CCG secures Ennerdale Swimming Pool's future to March 2015

Hull City Council has today welcomed the news that Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has agreed to allocate funding so that the pools at Ennerdale Leisure Centre can remain open for a further year.

Local parents views wanted to help shape Eczema education programmes

Local parents views wanted to help shape Eczema education programmes

Have your say in the September Peoples Panel Survey - Prize Draw

Have a say on your local health services and you could be in with a chance to win some great prizes in the September 2013 Peoples Panel Survey

Maternity Care for a Healthier Hull - New Maternity Strategy published

The Maternity Services Commissioning Strategy for Hull sets out NHS Hull CCG's strategic plans for the commissioning of maternity services for the period April 2013 to March 2018.

Call for hospital inspectors

Sir Mike Richards, the new Chief Inspector of Hospitals at the Care Quality Commission (CQC), is asking for clinicians, NHS professionals and members of the public to join his hospital inspection teams.

Healthier Hull Community Fund - APPLY ONLINE for up to £5,000

Voluntary and community groups with great ideas to help make the city a healthier place can now bid for up to £5,000 funding from NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group to get their ideas off the ground.

CCG News July 2013 - news on clinical commissioning and new health developments in Hull

Hull CCG News 9 (July 2013) contains news and updates on the work of NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and new health developments in Hull

Carry the C.diff card and protect your health

Reducing healthcare associated infections is a high priority for the NHS. A new initiative launched in Hull - the C.diff Card - aims to keep Clostridium-difficile (C.diff) infection rates low, and protect patients at risk of re-occurrence of the infection