Welcome! North Beverley Medical Centre, Pighill Lane, Off Woodall Way, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 7JY

North Beverley Medical Centre

Pighill Lane
Off Woodall Way
HU17 7JY
Telephone: 01482 882546

Medical Emergencies dial 999

Out of Hours:  dial  111

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Dear Patients We are aware you are encountering technical issues with the NHS APP. The reception team are unable to help with this so please do not contact the surgery whilst we continue to investigate the problem. Another message will follow when we have some information for you. Thank you for your patience. Dr’s Martin & Saunders


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Welcome to North Beverley Medical Centre. Our list is open and we welcome new patients into a modern healthcare centre with a dedicated team committed to delivering high quality care to our patients. The surgery is fully accessible and we have easy car parking facilities.
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THE NHS has issued information and guidance regarding Strep A infections


We have just launched our Cancer  Information Portal. Here, we emphasise the importance of early detection and provide rich content on symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, and available support networks. This section aims to empower individuals by providing the knowledge necessary to identify early signs of illness, understand the diagnostic processes, and explore effective treatment paths.

As we transition to SystmOne, please note that the patient online services available through our website will be discontinued. Those currently using these services and wishing to maintain online access must download and install the NHS App before June 13th. *If you already have an account on the NHS App please disregard this message.

See Online Services page for more information.

Dear Patients,

We are excited to inform you about an important change at North Beverley Medical Centre that will enhance your healthcare experience. Starting from 13th June 2024 , we will be transitioning to a new electronic health record system called SystmOne. We will be fully operational on SystmOne on 24th June 2024.

This change brings several benefits, including:
- Better coordination of your care across different services.

- Enhanced data security to protect your personal and medical information.

- Convenient online services such as appointment booking and prescription requests.

Please rest assured that your medical records will be securely transferred to the new system, and there will be no disruption to your care. If you have any questions or need assistance during this transition, our team is here to help. You can contact us at 01482 882546.

Thank you for your understanding and support as we make this important improvement.


North Beverley Medical Centre

Hull University Teaching Hospitals (HUTH) NHS Trust and the city Healthcare Partnership (CHCP).are working together to ensure that anyone with a wound or a break to the skin below their knee is assessed, treated and referred to specialist services quickly and easily.

This service is known as the Hull and East Riding Accelerated Lower Limb (HEAL) Service.

When you have a wound or break to the skin below your knee it is essential to get the right care and treatment at the right time from the right people.

A wound or break to your skin below the knee may stop you doing some
of the things you love. Some wounds need extra treatment to heal so it’s important to seek advice as soon as you notice a problem.

You can contact CHCP Care Coordination Hub directly on 01482 247111 to arrange an appointment to be seen. You do not need to see your GP first.

Please note that we now need 5 working days to process your repeat prescription.

GPs are facing high demand and we are always looking to provide patients with the service most appropriate to their needs and associated timescale.

Please consult our "Health Control Panel"  on this web page to consider options. For medical emergencies, call 999. When the surgery is closed, please call 111. The NHS 111 service is available on-line and by telephone for assessment and advice at any time. If you call the practice, for an appointment with a GP, we will try facilitate this according to clinical priority and where appropriate, we may suggest other services. Many minor ailments can be seen by a pharmacist.

Health Control Panel

The buttons below provide rapid access to key health services. For a full list of all available services, please also see the main website navigation at the top or foot of each website page.

Urgent or Emergency Care 24/7

999 is for medical emergencies only. If it is less than an emergency, call 1-1-1 for advice 24/7 365 days a year.
Use the buttons below to know what is an emergency or urgent care circumstance. We also list some common emergency conditions where urgent action may be appropriate.  Learning about first aid is an important skill for all citizens and can save lives.

When the Surgery is Closed

When the surgery is closed, the NHS is still here for you.  For medical emergencies , call 999. NHS 111 service is available 24/7 365 days a year for health advice and to arrange appropriate care. NHS 111 is available online or by calling 1-1-1.  Extended Hours services may be available according to local arrangements. Pharmacy services may be available at times when your GP surgery is closed. For patients with long-term conditions a wide range of support services and extended hours helplines  are available from various organisations. Please check our specific condition pages for information.

Self Help

Self help may be appropriate for patients managing mild symptoms associated with long-term conditions or dealing with self-limiting minor ailments - such as colds or flu. Many seasonal illnesses can be successfully treated at home and by appropriately using over-the-counter medications. In some cases, it may be appropriate to seek advice from the NHS 111 service - especially in cases of asthma. Asthma attacks should be treated as a medical emergency. In you are unsure, NHS 111 can help.

Health Professionals

The NHS is under severe pressure so it is important to access the right level of care appropriate to your concerns. GP practices are now able to offer a wide-range of services through your GP, Practice Nurse or other health professionals.  You can contact the practice for medical matters by using the NHS App or by speaking to our care navigators during practice opening hours. Your GP may not be the most appropriate health professional to deal with your problem and a member of our team will be able to help organise the most appropriate care to meet your needs in an effective and safe time frame. Use the buttons below and for additional options explore our navigation at the top of each page or in the footer section. 


Pharmacists are able to offer support to patients close to home thanks to a new service that allows them to supply medications for certain conditions. Pharmacists are now allowed to supply medications for:

  • Sinusitis in those aged 12 years and over
  • Sore throat in those aged 5 years and over
  • Earache in those between 1 and 17 years old
  • Infected insect bite
  • Impetigo
  • Shingles in those over 18 years old
  • Uncomplicated urinary tract infections (UTIs in women aged 16-64

Our Mission on  Cancer

The NHS Long Term Plan has set two significant ambitions for improving cancer outcomes.  By 2028, the aim is to  increase the proportion of cancers diagnosed at stages 1 and 2 to 75%. By 2028 55,000 more people will survive their cancers for at least five years post-diagnosis.

Early diagnosis is the key to improving survival outcomes. Where cancers are detected early, an increased range of treatment become are available -thus improving long-term survival and quality of life.  The NHS has a wide range of interventions available designed to increase the proportion of cancers that are diagnosed at an early stage.

Primary care has a vital role to play in the efforts to improve outcomes by improving referral practices for suspected cancers. Key to these efforts will be the encouragement of uptake for national cancer screening programmes. Cancer Alliances are active at local level in seeking to achieve the national objectives and we will support those efforts.

Our Cancer Portal is a major initiative to alert patients to information about common cancers. By being able to recognise the symptoms, patients will have the best chance of early diagnosis and treatment plans that can help improve outcomes.

>> our cancer portal


With the NHS App, you can check your symptoms and get immediate advice. You can also book appointments at your GP practice, order repeat prescriptions, view your medical record and more.  To use the NHS App you must be aged 13 or over and registered with a GP surgery in England.