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
The current practice area includes:
Beverley, Walkington, Bishop Burton, Cherry Burton, Etton, Lockington, Lund, South Dalton, Holme on the Wolds, Beswick, Kilnwick, Watton, Leconfield, Arram, Aike, Tickton, Weel, and Woodmansey
All patient services are provided at ground floor level with full disabled access. A wheelchair is available on request.
Register as a Patient
You can register with a GP in England regardless of your nationality or immigration status.
We will not ask about your immigration status and your information is confidential. If you are worried about giving us your address, please let us know.
It does help us to get accurate details if you can bring some form of photo identification such as a passport, driving licence or Home Office ID and proof of current address. Please come and talk to or call the Manager on duty if you have any questions or concerns about registration.
You will need to bring in a print out of your current repeat medications. Please note also that we can arrange an interpreter if you have issues understanding and communicating in English.
You will be asked to complete a registration form called a GMS1.
We are required under our contract to allocate a named accountable GP for all patients.
However, you may still see whichever GP you prefer in the usual way. If you are not already aware of your named accountable GP, this information is available on repeat medication slips or by simply by requesting the information from the surgery.
Please do not hesitate to contact us iof you have any questions.
Many migrants will come from countries with very different health care systems to the UK.
It will almost certainly be helpful to explain to new patients how the NHS operates and explore with them how this compares to the healthcare system that they've been used to.
All organisations providing NHS or publicly funded adult social care must identify and record information about the communication needs of service users.
We collect this information from new patients when they register with us and from patients already known to the practice.
If you require a specific method of communication due to a disability, please inform us as soon as possible.
If you have any questions, please let us know.