“In 2020 we will work together better to enable the people of Hull to improve their own health and wellbeing and to achieve their aspirations for the future.”
Hull 2020 launched on Wednesday 6 August 2014 with a vision of a brighter future for our city, shaped by public services working together as a single system by 2020.
The nine public service organisations that make up Hull 2020 are committed to transforming the way we all work to enable the people of Hull to improve their own health and wellbeing and to achieve their aspirations for the future.
The Hull 2020 programme is led and delivered by;
- NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG),
- Hull City Council,
- City Health Care Partnership CIC,
- Healthwatch Kingston upon Hull,
- Humber NHS Foundation Trust,
- Yorkshire Ambulance Service,
- Humberside Police,
- Humberside Fire and Rescue Service,
- Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust.
Hull 2020 aims to radically change the way services are delivered so that people will experience services that fit their lifestyles and needs, designed in partnership with them. Public organisations will work closely together to deliver services that make sense, without the waste and inefficiency that can sometimes frustrate people.
For more information on the Hull 2020 programme please contact us via:
Tel: 01482 344700