We seek to help our patients make the clever choice, which is to use NHS111 first.

Demand for urgent care services remains high in Humber, Coast and Vale (HCV), despite the significant reduction in the rate of Covid infections in our region. The impressive vaccination programme and the lockdown have helped to reduce the number of people catching respiratory infections over the winter and spring. Nevertheless, pressures remain in demand for … Read more

The development of a single Maternity IT System across the Local Maternity System area

Recently in the Local Maternity System (LMS) we’ve been thinking about the data we collect around pregnancy and birth and the digital and paper systems we use to do this collection. Many of you will be parents and will have experienced the highs and lows of pregnancy and birth; and through our Maternity Voices Partnership … Read more

Over one million people across Humber, Coast and Vale have received their first dose of the Covid vaccine

While we steadily continue to progress on the way out of the national lockdown restrictions, in Humber, Coast and Vale we remain cautiously optimistic as we make good progress with vaccinating against coronavirus. Thanks to a combined effort of primary care teams, volunteers, vaccination centres, hospital hubs and local pharmacies, we have already vaccinated two … Read more

New service launched to support women with mental health issues relating to pregnancy and birth

The Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership’s Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Collaborative Programme continuously strives to improve services for people who experience poor mental health. One of the Programme’s aims is to introduce new systems that will help people to stay well and to manage their conditions confidently. This includes creating new … Read more