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FLU CLINIC'S NOW AVAILABLE

Patients over 65

Saturday 9th November from 9am - 12pm

 

Under 65 who are pregnant, living with a long term condition or a carer

Saturday 16th November from 9am - 12pm

Children

Children over the aged of 6 month with a long-term health condition or children aged 2 and 3 years on 31 August 2019

(that is, born between 1st September 2015 and 31st August 2017)

*Appointments now available

Please contact a member of our reception team on 01262 425620 to arrange your appointment


IMPROVED ACCESS

Improving access to primary care.  The Improving Access services offers pre-bookable, routine care appointments with GPs, nurses, health care assistants, pharmacists, physiotherapists and mental health workers at various sites across the East Riding of Yorkshire.  These appointments are available after 6.30 pm Monday-Friday and Saturday and Sunday mornings.  See the Improved Access link under "Further Information".

Imprved access


WOLDS VIEW PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP

For further information please click on the Patient Participation Group link.  If you wish to contact the Patient Participation Group you can do so via the Group's Blog: PPG Blog


Car Parking

Registered patients attending a pre-booked appointment at Wolds View GP Surgery can ask at our reception for a 1 hour free parking pass.

Please note:  This facility is not available to any patients attending the Urgent Treatment Centre or any other department within Bridlington Hospital.

Disabled car parking spaces are available outside the main entrance. There is also a short stay/ drop off area for five vehicles to wait for 15 minutes.

For more information on Pay and display car parking charges at Bridlington Hospital please Click Here.


Access to Records:  Please note  Access to Full Clinical Record is not currently available.

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