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Patient Notice: All practices will be closed from 12.00noon on Wednesday 21st October. Hedon Group Practice, Chapel Lane Keyingham and St Nicholas Surgery Withernsea will reopen at 8am on Thursday 22nd October. If you require urgent medical assistance during our closure then please contact NHS 111. Please ensure that all required medication is collected before this time. Many thanks

We have a new practice telephone system going live on Wed 16 Sept in Hedon/Keyingham and on Thurs 17 Sept in Withernsea/Patrington/Roos.

 

You can continue to call the same number you have always used – 01482 899348, 01482 899111 or 01964 613221 – and we will receive your call.  Or you can call our new ‘one surgery’ number 0333 332 4242.  For more info (including call cost info) please read our full Q&A on our website:   https://www.holdernesshealth.nhs.uk/info.aspx?p=19

 

Our goal is to improve our service to patients and we hope you will support us through this transition which is a very large project.  Above all, we would ask that you are patient and understanding with our reception teams as we make this significant change.

 

Thank you.

New Patient Registration

If you wish to join the Practice, please bring your medical card (if available) with you to the Reception desk. You will be asked to complete the necessary registration form, which will enable us to obtain your medical records.

If you wish to complete a registration form prior to attending the surgery please fill in the pre-registration form found here

You have a right to express a preference to receive services from a particular person, or type of clinician (either generally or in relation to a particular condition). Your request can be given either verbally or in writing to the Receptionist. We will then endeavour to comply with any reasonable request.

All newly registered patients are offered a health check appointment, within six months of joining the Practice. This gives the Nurse/Doctor a chance to get a brief medical history prior to receiving the patient’s records. Medical treatment is available from the date of registration.

Temporary Residents

If a visitor to your home needs to see a Doctor, you may make arrangements for them to be seen at the Practice on a temporary basis.



 
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