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Park Health Centre
700 Holderness Road
HULL  HU9 3JR
Telephone 01482 711112
Fax: 01482 791766
Wheeler Street
Anlaby Road HULL
HU3  5QE
Telephone 01482 354933
Fax: 01482 355090
Kingston Health Hull
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SURGERY TELEPHONE NUMBERS

WHEELER STREET
For Urgent Medical Calls, Appointments, General Enquiries Prescriptions
01482 354933

To Fax your prescription
01482 355090


PARK HEALTH CENTRE
For Urgent Medical Calls, Appointments, General Enquiries Prescriptions
01482 711112

To Fax your prescription
01482 791766

OTHER USEFUL NUMBERS
NHS 111 - Service 111

Walk in Centre - Story Street, Hull, City Centre (8am to 8pm) Monday to Sunday 
01482   335180

Primary Care Team
Health Visitors (West Hull) 344004 (East Hull) 344301
District Nursing (West Hull) 347982 (East Hull) 336539
Midwife 01482 382658

Hospital
Hull Royal Infirmary inc A & E   01482 328541
Beverley Westwood Hospital    01482 875875
Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham  01482 875875

Minor Injuries Units
Bransholme Health Centre        01482 344665

Social Services
Central Duty 01482 493164
East Hull  01482 374137  

Other useful numbers
Age Concern 01482 324644
(AA) Alcoholics Anonymous 01482 830083
Carers Centre 01482 225078
CRUISE (Bereavement Care) 01482 565565
Domestic Violence (Helpline) 0808 808 9999
Hull and East Yorks Council for Drug Problems
01482 225868
MIND (Mental Illness Helpline)   0845 766 0163
RELATE (Marriage Guidance) 01482 329621
SAMARITANS 01482 323456
Link to City Helathcare partnership website Carers Information and Support Sercice
Carers' Information and Support Service
The Carers' Information and Support Service offers free advice and support to anyone who is providing a caring role.
Hull CHCP Carers Inofrmation and Support Service
Hull CHCP Carers Inofrmation and Support Service
Link ti Humber Teaching Trust website on learning disabilities
Community services for people who have a learning disability
Link ti Humber Teaching Trust website on learning disabilities
Link to Hull Safeguarding Adiults Board
The Safeguarding of adults with care and support needs is everybody’s business across our city and their website is for the use of everyone, members of the public, volunteers, community groups or professionals.

Seeking to protect:
Any person aged 18 years or over who:
has needs for care and support (whether or not the local authority is meeting any of those needs) and;
is experiencing, or at risk of, abuse or neglect; and
as a result of those care and support needs is unable to protect themselves from either the risk of, or the experience of abuse or neglect.
Hyperlink to Hull Safegfuarding Adults Board
Link to Hull Safeguarding Children Board
The Hull Safeguarding Children Board (HSCB) is the statutory body that brings together all the key partners and organisations who work together to promote children’s welfare and help protect them from abuse.

Their website provides information, advice and guidance to the public, children, parents and carers, and professionals working with children and young people.
Link to Hull Safeguarding Children Board

What is Perinatal Mental Health?

Having a baby is a major life event for mums and dads, and it’s natural to experience a range of emotions during and after pregnancy. But if these feelings start to have an impact on day-to-day life, it’s time to talk to someone.

Perinatal mental health issues – those which occur during pregnancy or during the baby’s first year – affect one in five women and could have long-lasting effects on the woman and her family if left untreated.

But many perinatal mental health issues are treatable and recognising the signs early and seeking support promptly improves recovery and outcomes for mums and their babies.

The Every Mum Matters campaign has launched in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire to support new and expectant mums and their families to be able to recognise symptoms of perinatal mental health problems early and encourage them to seek help promptly. Specialist services and support are available in these areas.
Every Mum Matters:
New mental health awareness campaign for new and expectant mums
Find out more and get help:
Kingston Health Hull

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Wheeler Street
Anlaby Road HULL HU3  5QE
Telephone 01482 354933
Fax: 01482 355090

Park Health Centre
700 Holderness Road
HULL  HU9 3JR
Telephone 01482 711112
Fax: 01482 791766