The views and ideas of our local populations are taken into account when new ways of delivering services are being proposed.
Engaging with our communities
Our plans and projects will only be successful if they are informed by the needs, wants and desires of the local people they seek to serve.
We are committed to involving local people as far as possible in the work that we are doing. We will strive to be as open and transparent as possible in all that we do.
Previous engagement work
When we were identifying our priorities for the work of the partnership and setting out our initial strategy, this was based upon extensive engagement with patients and the public across the region. Over the past three years, our organisations have engaged with more than 30,000 people on a variety of themes.
Local Healthwatch organisations from across the region have also carried out extensive engagement work, which has helped to shape the initial priorities for our partnership.
How do I get involved?
We want to hear your views and ideas about how we should tackle the challenges our health and care system faces. As we develop our plans and ideas there will be different opportunities for you to help shape the future of local services by asking questions, making suggestions and sharing your ideas.
Check out our Engagement Hub for the latest opportunities to get involved.
If you are interested in finding out more, want to share feedback or ask a question, please contact us using the online contact form.
Have your say on local urgent care services.
We are developing plans for a new urgent treatment centre for minor illness and injury. This would involve the current Story Street Walk-in service moving to a new location close to the Emergency Department at Hull Royal Infirmary.
Thank you to everyone who gave their views on the plans for a new urgent treatment centre for minor illness and injury to be located at a new site at Hull Royal Infirmary in the New Year.