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City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC), previously NHS Hull provider services, was officially formed on 1 June 2010 as an independent health services provider separate to the commissioning organisation, NHS Hull. It works as part of the NHS family in a similar way to GPs, dentists and pharmacies.

CHCP CIC provides over 50 various services in diverse community settings, such as health visiting, palliative care, school nursing, stroke services and many more. The hospital also has a workforce of over 2000 members. 

Some of the major services of CHCP CIC are: 

  • Community Nursing

  • Therapies & Rehabilitation

  • Children and Young People

  • Urgent Care

  • Psychological Wellbeing 

  • GPs

  • Dental

  • Sexual Health

  • Community Pain Management 

  • Medicines Service 


City Health Care Partnership CIC is based in Beacon Way, Hull. However, the hospital delivers extensive services across Hull, the East Riding, Knowsley and St Helens. Kingston upon Hull, usually abbreviated to Hull, is a port city that lies upon the River Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. 



Schools: Hull has over 100 local schools. Out of these, Hull City Council supports 14 secondary schools and 71 primary schools. There are two single-sex schools in Hull: (i) Trinity House Academy, which teaches only boys, and (ii) Newland School for Girls. The highest achieving state school in Hull is Malet Lambert School.


Higher Education: There are notable higher education institutions in Hull, including, University of Hull, Hull York Medical School, University of Lincoln, and other similar establishments. 

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The main road in and out of Hull is M62 motorway/ A63 road, one of the main east-west routes in Northern England. The motorway provides a link to Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool, and the rest of the country via the UK motorway network. Hull Paragon Interchange, the city's transport hub, opened in September 2007, combines the main bus and rail termini in an integrated complex.

Food & Drink 

Nightlife and Pubs: The main drinking area in the city centre is the Old Town. One pub has Hull's smallest window (The George Hotel). England's civil war was said to be started in a pub situated in the Old Town. Spiders is an alternative rock nightclub on Cleveland Street, situated in a building that was once The Hope and Anchor pub. 


Cafés and Restaurants: There are varieties of spots in Hull to eat, drink and be merry. Being located in a riverside, Old Town and modern development locations, there's always a perfect environment that matches your mood. 

If you are a cosmopolitan café person, central Hull has varieties of trendy mocktail and cocktail bars. Whereas, Trinity Square is for street food stalls. The historic Fruit Market of Hull has been converted to make space for shops, galleries, bars, and restaurants that serve from local seafood cuisines to the tastes of the east. 

Hull also has a selection of supermarkets, including several branches of Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, the Co-operative and budget food stores.

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City Health Care Partnership CIC appreciates what every team member does, and as a reward, offers an extensive range of staff benefits, right from lifestyle-enhancing to financial boosting. CHCP CIC wants the employees to feel valued and respected. Here are some of the benefits:


Annual Leave Entitlement: Annual leave entitlement is 27 days rising to 29 days after five years of service, to 33 days after ten years of service. 


Enhanced Maternity/ Paternity/ Adoption Leave

  • Maternity leave is available to all female staff and varies depending on the length of service. Maximum benefits may include up to a year's leave with eight weeks with full pay and 18 weeks with half pay. 


  • Both male and female staff are eligible for adoption leave. In these circumstances, the entitlement to leave and pay is the same as maternity leave and pay. 


  • Paternity leave for partners is currently two weeks full pay.


Flexible Working: CHCP CIC offers, where possible, flexible working practices such as full-time or part-time, flexible hours, self-rostering and job share. The system has been introduced to support staff in achieving an excellent work-life balance.


Atlas Pension Scheme: A defined contribution pension scheme that allows members to contribute a minimum of 6% (more if they choose) and also provides a generous employer contribution equal to 6% of salary. 

In addition, life insurance cover and dependants' benefits are included for members of the Scheme.

Flextra - Flexible Benefits Scheme: Staff has the opportunity to select a wider range of benefits than the standard salary plus pension. There is a fascinating list of non-cash benefits available that staff can choose by exchanging part of the gross monthly salary; this, in turn, will attract savings on income tax, NI contributions and pension (if applicable). The following benefits are available under this scheme:

·         Additional holiday purchase

·         Additional life assurance

·         Childcare vouchers

·         Computer scheme

·         Critical illness insurance

·         Cycle to work

·         Dental cash plans

·         Flextra car scheme

·         Health cash plans

·         Private gym membership

·         Professional subscription renewal

·         St Stephens car parking for staff based in the city centre


Personal Development: The learning and development team at CHCP CIC ensures that all staff receive mandatory training on Health & Safety issues. There is also a wide range of additional learning opportunities to enhance personal skills and develop professional capabilities.


Health and Wellbeing: There is an extensive range of benefits available to help staff achieve a high standard of personal health and wellbeing.

These are supported by a comprehensive programme of events and dedicated networks. 



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