City Health Care Partnership

Pulse is excited to bring you a variety of exciting and rewarding flexible locum roles at City Health Care Partnership, available exclusively with Pulse and before any other agency.

Let’s talk more about City Health Care Partnership

City Health Care Partnership (CHCP)is an independent, co-owned Community Interest Company providing high-quality local health and care services at several sites across Hull and East Yorkshire.

Commissioned by the NHS and local authorities, it’s a socially responsible business whose profits are re-invested into its services, staff, and the communities it works within. It employs nearly 2,500 people and has around 1.7m patient contacts each year across more than 50 services in community settings, ranging from palliative care to urgent care.

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Your career at City Health Care Partnership

CHCP is passionate about its people and recognises that high-quality care is delivered by high-quality professionals who are appreciatedrespected, and supported.

Its learning opportunities are far and wide, and they offer a range of options for progressing your career. Whether it’s academic or vocational learning, you can expand your skills and knowledge, developing your expertise. They also love to hear ideas from their team– whether you have ideas for developing a service, a new innovation, or a way to improve patient care, at CHCP, they listen. 

Company values
  • Service and excellence​
  • Equality and diversity 
  • Creativity and innovation 
  • Co-operation and partnership
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Living and working in Hull

Hull is a city bursting with character, from the bohemian cafe culture to the independent bars of the historic town. The city is optimistic about the future, as hundreds of millions of pounds in public and private funding have been invested in its regeneration.

Spectacular countryside

Away from the city, East Yorkshire showcases some of the UK’s most spectacular countryside, from the rolling Yorkshire Wolds to the awe-inspiring East Coast.

Vibrant arts scene

After being named the UK’s City of Culture in 2017, Hull has continued to attract visitors with its abundant attractions and vibrant independent arts scene.

Direct trains to London

It’s also less than an hour’s drive to York and Leeds, with direct trains to London in around two hours.