North Beverley Medical Centre
Off Woodall Way
Telephone: 01482 882546
Medical Emergencies dial 999
Out of Hours: dial 111
Surgery Opening Times
Monday 08.00 to 18.00
Tuesday 08.00 to 20.00
Wednesday 08.00 to 18.00
Thursday 08.00 to 18.00
Friday 08.00 to 18.00
Phone lines open from 8am to 6pm
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.
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
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 require 5 working days to process your repeat prescriptionPRESCRIPTIONS PAGE
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 "Choose the best service" section 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.APPOINTMENTS PAGE
Where patients experience delays in getting an appointment following referral, or are waiting for follow-up after a hospital appointment, please contact the hospital appointment line, or consultant's secretary for further information.
Targeted Lung Health Check’s are coming in 2024. To be eligible you will need to be aged between 55-74 and have a smoking status as current or past smoker with your GP. If you choose not to disclose your smoking status with your GP, a self-referral system will be set up when the lung health check programme goes live and more information will be given in due course.
3/4 of people receive a late diagnosis of lung cancer as there are often no signs or symptoms at an early stage. The targeted lung health checks help identify lung cancer early- even before symptoms develop. If diagnosed early 88% of people will survive lung cancer for one year or more.
If you are eligible, the Targeted Lung Health Check Programme will invite you to a phone call or meeting with a health professional who will discuss your breathing, overall lung health, lifestyle and family and medical history. If required, you will then be invited to have a quick and painless low dose CT scan of your lungs.
Anyone at any age can get lung cancer. If you have had an unexplained cough for more than 3 weeks, shortness of breath, coughing up blood, lasting chest or shoulder pain, unexplained tiredness, or weight loss it is important to get it checked by your GP. When caught early, cancer is much more treatable. Visit the website below for more information and