Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
With pressures across the system and in line with national guidance, the Lung Health Check service has temporarily stopped.

The service will resume as soon as we can safely do so and following national guidance . We are sorry to those people who have had their appointments cancelled and would like to reassure you that you will be the first to be invited back to the Service once it starts again.
Please continue to check this website for future updates.If you have any enquiries, please email comms.hcvcanceralliance@nhs.net

People who live in Hull aged from 55 to less than 75, who smoke or used to smoke and have a Hull GP will be offered a new FREE NHS lung health check.

Run by specially-trained nurses from a mobile unit located in the community, lung health checks aim to find out how well your lungs are working.

A lung health check can give you the reassurance that your lungs are healthy, or can help find problems early – often before you notice anything is wrong. If lung cancer, or another problem with your breathing or lungs, is found early, treatment could be simpler and more successful.

What to expect

Find out what you can expect from a lung health check

Location

View the current location of the lung health check mobile unit

FAQs

Have a question about lung health checks in Hull?

Healthy Lungs

Simple steps you can take to make ensure your lungs stay healthy

Documents

Click here to view lung health check leaflets and publications

Healthcare Professionals

For log in details, email comms.hcvcanceralliance@nhs.net 

Book your lung health check appointment 

If you have received an invitation for a lung health check, please call the number on your letter to make an appointment.