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    We offer home visits to patients who are housebound or too ill to attend the surgery.

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    Repeat prescriptions will be ready for collection within 48 hours.

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Update:  Tuesday 12th October

** If you are waiting for information from the hospital please contact the relevant consultant's secretary direct.  Please note there are long waits for many specialities and reporting of MRI and xray examinations**

If you have a general query about Covid vaccination, please contact the NHS119 service online or by phone in the first instance.  Note that we are not able to add vaccinations completed outside England so that they will show on the NHS App.  For information on long Covid, see the news section below.

Please also see the news section below or our Facebook page for the latest updates on Covid-19 and flu vaccination including availability of services for those under 18.  

As we continue to come out of lockdown, an important couple of reminders below to help us keep our patients and staff team safe:

  • If you are awaiting the results of a Covid-19 test, please mention this to our team before coming in for any face to face appointment or requesting a face to face appointment.  This includes nursing appointments.
  • If you have a cough, loss of taste/smell, sore throat, headache and/or temperature before your agreed visit, please call for further advice.

As has been the case throughout the Covid-19 shutdown, we continue to be open for help with health problems.  

While currently under review, access is available in a slightly different way to before the pandemic and will continue to be this way for the moment. We have many people visiting the practice; to protect you and our team we also continue to have extra safety measures against Covid-19 at the practice. 

 

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You will be offered a phone appointment with an Advanced Nurse Practitioner or a GP as appropriate in the first instance.  You will then be able to discuss with the Clinician about any request for a face to face appointment and they will tell you the arrangements for this if required.  

Telephone slots ONLY are available to book online.  Please note that phone call volumes are currently extremely high; for non urgent queries we would be grateful if you would call outside of the busiest times which are generally early morning especially on Monday and Friday.  See in the news section below for information about Covid 19 vaccination.  

Most nursing team appointments for routine consultations such as cervical smears, vaccination and blood tests continue to be available as normal.  Please contact the team for further advice.  We still await advice on ear irrigation, spirometry and joint injections and will update as soon as possible.

Covid 19 still presents a risk so we will be moving with caution as lockdown is relaxed. 

For your own safety, that of potentially vulnerable patients note the following:

WE ASK THAT YOU CONTINUE TO KEEP YOUR VISITS TO THE SURGERY TO A MINIMUM BUT WE REMAIN OPEN FOR ACCESS.

WE REQUIRE THOSE ENTERING THE BUILDING TO WEAR A FACE COVERING UNLESS THERE IS A CLINICAL REASON NOT TO. PLEASE ADVISE AT TIME OF BOOKING ANY POTENTIAL FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENT SO THAT APPROPRIATE ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE.

NUMBERS IN THE WAITING ROOM ARE LIMITED TO A MAXIMUM OF 4 PEOPLE, TO PREVENT OVERCROWDING, YOU MIGHT BE ASKED TO WAIT OUTSIDE IF WE ARE AT CAPACITY.  THIS IS UNDER REVIEW AND WILL BE AMENDED AS UPDATED GUIDANCE IS RECEIVED.

Your understanding and help is appreciated at this difficult and often frustrating time.  Please be kind to our staff, they are under considerable pressure.  Thank you. 

GP and nurse appointments are now available in the East Riding of Yorkshire during the evenings and at weekends. To book an appointment please ask at reception. This is not a walk-in or emergency service and you must have an appointment to be seen. NHS Improving your Access. www.improvingaccess.org

The NHS App provides a link to many online facilities, including appointment booking and cancellation along with prescription ordering. It also contains a range of health information and resources, along with practical information and advice. Link to information on the NHS App  

If you need help or further information, please give us a call or ask at reception the next time you are in.

About Our Practice

We are a partnership of two General Practitioners, who are committed to providing high quality NHS medical care for individuals and families in a friendly and caring environment.

Our Doctors

Drs Russell Martin, Sara Saunders, Helen Thackray and Lucia Marti

Our Advanced Nurse Practitioners

Justine Jenkinson

Alison Rodman

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Local Urgent Treatment Centres:

Here you can receive treatment for:

  • Simple broken bones
  • Sprains and strains
  • Cuts and grazes
  • Minor burns and scalds
  • Wounds and wound infections
  • Minor head injuries
  • Insect and animal bites
  • Minor eye injuries (foreign bodies in the eye)
  • Back, head, neck injuries/whiplash
  • Minor back injuries
  • Skin infections rashes, allergic reactions
  • Urine infections
  • Raised temperature/fever

The Urgent Treatment Centre at the East Riding Community Hospital on Swinemoor Lane, Beverley is open from 7am to 11pm every day.  You can just turn up, however we suggest that you call NHS 111 to check whether this is the appropriate place to go for your problem. There are also centres at Bransholme, Bridlington and Goole.

Note; for the Driffield, Alfred Bean Hospital 8-8 Centre on Bridlington Road, Driffield, please call NHS 111 to access services at this location, you cannot just turn up without an appointment.  This centre is open 8 am until 8 pm and covers cuts and grazes, sprains and strains, wounds and wound infections, minor burns and scalds, minor head injuries, insect and animal bites.

If you need to cancel an appointment at the Improving Access Service at the weekend HUB at short notice, you can contact them on 01482 458262.

We are now offering our eConsult service where you can request help for your issue online.

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Practice News
  • 29Nov 2021

    COVID-19 Coronavirus

    Unfortunately we continue to get calls with general queries about Covid 19 vaccination, Covid passes and travel. This hinders us from responding to other queries in a timely manner. Please refer to the links below for the latest information, the situation is changing very quickly, we do not have any other information than that appearing in the press/online. We currently have no vaccination sessions scheduled in practice, this is because of the limitations of space and staffing resource at this busy time. We will update if and when things change here and on our Facebook page. Note that your Covid vaccination should appear in the NHS App within a couple of days or you can call NHS119 for a paper copy. Your understanding is appreciated.

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  • 17Nov 2021

    Regular Medication Orders Over the Christmas Holiday Period

    With the Christmas period quickly approaching, to avoid unnecessary stress on the local health system, please consider your medication needs and order well in advance as demand is significantly higher at this time of year. We ask that you allow 7 WORKING days from placing your prescription order with us at the surgery to coming into Beverley pharmacies to collect. Last day for ordering repeat medication will need to be 17th December. Any orders placed after this cannot be guaranteed before Christmas. Please remember that we only take prescription requests over the phone for those without access to the internet and who are housebound. You can order online, via email to northbeverley.medicalcentre@nhs.net or by dropping off your reorder slip at the surgery. Your understanding appreciated.

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  • 02Sep 2021

    Long Covid

    There is some useful information via the links below for patients recovering from long Covid including when to seek further help.

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