Humber and North Yorkshire receive over £3.5m from urgent and emergency care fund

The government has announced the allocation of a £40 million fund for local authorities to strengthen urgent and emergency care resilience and performance this winter. Local authorities within integrated care systems (ICSs) identified by NHS England as experiencing the greatest challenges with urgent and emergency care were invited to put forward proposals for access to … Read more

New institute to address key challenges facing health and social care

Our Chief Executive, Stephen Eames, was the guest of honour at York St John University’s official launch of its new Institute for Health and Care Improvement (IHCI). The Institute aims to “find solutions for the pressing issues facing health and social care today”, drawing on expertise from across the University, working in close collaboration with … Read more

Walk-in centre set for move to Hull Royal Infirmary in the new year

Hull’s Story Street Walk-in service is preparing for a move to its new home at Hull Royal Infirmary from 8 January 2024. The move paves the way for improved integration of urgent care services in the city. Additional minor injuries and diagnostic pathways would then be established to create a fully designated Urgent Treatment Centre … Read more

New events added as part of Northern Lincolnshire hospitals public consultation

New exhibition and roadshow events have been added to the calendar as part of a public consultation seeking people’s views on a proposed change to some hospital services in Northern Lincolnshire. The local NHS is stressing there are no plans to make changes to accident and emergency departments and most hospital services would remain as … Read more

Young People’s Advisory Group volunteers win Youth Voice Awards

The Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Autism Collaborative has established a Children and Young People’s Advisory Group to inform work to improve mental health support for Children and Young People across Humber and North Yorkshire. The advisory group has over 200 young people aged 10-25 with lived experience from across all 6 places. The Group … Read more

Proposed changes to some hospital services in Northern Lincolnshire: people invited to Scunthorpe public consultation drop-in event

An exhibition and public drop-in event setting out details of a proposed change to the way a small number of more complex medical, urgent and emergency care and paediatric (children’s) services are delivered at hospitals in Northern Lincolnshire takes place in Scunthorpe tomorrow (20 October). The event – part of a 14-week public consultation – … Read more