On this page , you will find details of face to face consultations with a doctor or other health professional at the surgery. All patients have a named GP responsible for their medical care. Details can be obtained from our reception
and patient preferences will be accommodated wherever possible.
You will also find links to alternative services which may be more appropriate of faster. These include emergency care, Pharamcy Scheme, self care - and a range of on-line, telephone and face to face resources provided by health
During the Covid-19 emergency these services may be subject to amendment.
If you are suffering with simple self-limiting illness or condtion, other options may be more quicker and more appropriate. Your pharmacist can provide advice and simple treatements. Advice can also be obtained from NHS 111
service online or by telephone. NHS Choices website contains a vast information resource and an A-Z of conditions. Helplines and self-help guides are available on this website.
During the covid-19 coronavirus emergency our services have changed. If you would like a face to face appointment with your doctor, please ring the surgery with full details of your medicil concerns. A member of our reception
team will ensure that you receive the most appropriate care for your needs.
You can use the scheme if you are registered with a GP surgery in the Hull area. Th eservice is confidential as pharmacists are bound by NHS confidentiality Regulations and the Data Protevction Act. You should take evidence of
your identity - eg NHS number.
You may syill need to contact or see you GP if the pharmacist advises this or if you need to obtain medicatiuon that can only be issued on prescription. The service is available from participating pharmacies at
the times specified by them. Details of the Minor Ailments Scheme and the conditions which can be treated can be found by clicking the link below
The pharmacist will ask you some questions about yoyur symptoms, any medication you are currently taking and any allergies that you may have to medicines. They will give you some advice on how best to manage your symptoms and
will be able to give you medicine if you need it and advise how and when to take it.