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Health and wellbeing

You might be interested in the following health and wellbeing information

Bransholme Urgent Care Centre

Gives details of the local Minor Injuries Unit at Bransholme which offers fast and convenient treatment for less serious injuries, including a fast-track service to X-ray at Hull Royal Infirmary.

City Health Care Partnership

Provides over 75 services in community settings, including End of Life, District Nursing, TB Clinics, Community Paediatric Nursing, Health Visitors, School Nurses, Sexual Health, Dentistry, Public Health, Prison Health, GP Practices, Minor Injury Units, Eating Disorders and Psychological Wellbeing.

Hull Clinical Commissioning Group

Hull CCG is the body responsible for commissioning a range of health services, including urgent care), routine hospital treatment, mental health and learning disability services.

Hull Connect to Support

Connect to Support Hull is a local information and advice website, which is aimed particularly at adult clients of Social Services. The information on the site is intended to help people to look after themselves, and to keep themselves safe and well.

Humber NHS Foundation Trust

Provides community services (including therapies), community and inpatient mental health services, learning disability services, healthy lifestyle support and addictions services to people living in Hull and the surrounding area.

Information last updated 08 March 2019

National information

Carers UK

If you would in any way describe yourself as a Carer, this website is full of useful Help and Advice . By clicking on the Help & Advice tab, you will find some very useful links such as Quick guide to caring and Finding help where you live. See also the 5 essentials for carers information.

Disabled Living Foundation

The Your health section of the Disabled Living Foundation’s AskSARA online information service gives you advice about ideas and aids for coping with a range of physical and mental conditions.

Health and wellbeing

Information on how to look after your health and fitness as you get older from Age UK.

Living life to the full

You can get immediate advice on improving life skills for improved mental health (the front page even has a Panic Button!) or sign up for an 8-part course. It’s all free.

NHS Choices

This website is the main route to information and services from the NHS. In the Health A-Z section, you will find immediate links with buttons to a comprehensive health encyclopaedia and to Medicines information. You can also use the NHS Direct symptom checker to get information to help you decide if medical attention is required. In the Health Services near you section, you can easily search for local GPs, hospitals, dentists and other services, using place name or postcode.

Patient UK

On this site you will find a Wellbeing section, where you can get the most recent updates on helping you enjoy a healthy lifestyle. A-Zs for Conditions and Medicines. Videos and discussion forums are also available.