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Park Health Centre
700 Holderness Road
HULL HU9 3JR
Telephone 01482 711112
Fax: 01482 791766
Anlaby Road HULL
Telephone 01482 354933
Fax: 01482 355090
Kingston Health Hull
Kingston Health Hull would like to announce that we have decided to become members of the Hull Health Forward Confederation (HHFC).
Being a member of this group should ensure that not only will patient care continue to be foremost in our minds but also that our practice will be able to maintain our independence and individuality.
Joining the ranks of the HHFC takes the number of registered patients within this organisation to over 73,000 or approximately 28% of the registered patient population of Hull (Hull CCG figures at December 2017).
Furthermore, given these numbers and the associated funding will mean that monies given to HHFC by NHS England/Hull CCG stay in the area and develop healthcare services to local patients.
Member Practices are:
The Avenues Medical Centre
Clifton House Medical Centre
Princes Medical Centre
Newland Health Centre
Holderness Open Door Surgery
Wolseley Medical Centre
Sydenham Group Practice
Hastings Medical Centre
Oaks Medical Centre
Kingston Health Hull
Laurbel Surgery (Bilton)*
Dr. Chowdhury & Partner (Park Health Centre)*
How this will affect patients, staff and the Practice?
For the foreseeable future there will be no changes to staff and their current roles. Staff are an invaluable and important part of this process and will be kept informed and involved at all times. Practices will continue to operate as they do currently and patients will see no immediate changes. Patients will be kept informed of any changes via The Patient Participation Group (PPG), notice boards and the Practice website.
Every Mum Matters:
New mental health awareness campaign for new and expectant mums
What is Perinatal Mental Health?
Having a baby is a major life event for mums and dads, and itís 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, itís time to talk to someone.
Perinatal mental health issues Ė those which occur during pregnancy or during the babyís first year Ė 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.
Find out more and get help: