A unique approach to health and care, the clinically-led multi disciplinary team treat 12,000 frail older people with long term conditions each year across Hull.
Since opening in July 2018, the award-winning Centre has seen thousands of older people who are at risk of an admission to a hospital. The ICC was built to support more patients closer to home in the local community. The building is mainly single story for easy accessibility.
It operates as a hub for rapid assessment, coordinated care and early intervention for Parkinson’s Disease, dementia, and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). The ICC also has diagnostic services including ultrasound, X-ray and phlebotomy. There is an onsite fire station with the team from the Humberside Fire and Rescue Service assessing fire safety issues for older people.
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Health Secretary visit August 2022
Steve Barclay, MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, visited the Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre in Hull in August 2022 to open the memorial garden created in the fundraiser’s honour.
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Health Secretary visits Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre in Hull (Aug 2022)
Integrated care centre sensory garden blooms in memory of Jean Bishop (18 Dec 2021)
Hull’s iconic Bee Lady Jean Bishop artwork added to Yorkshire Bus (3 Dec 2021)
Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre Hull wins prestigious Best Social Infrastructure Project at Partnerships Awards 2020 (Dec 2020)
Jean Bishop Centre wins major award (Dec 2019)