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Welcome to Wolds View Primary Care Centre

COVID-19 VACCINATIONS

We are working our way through the Priority Groups for Covid-19 Vaccinations as instructed by the Joint Committee on Vaccinations and Immunisation.  The surgery will contact you to offer an appointment when it is your turn for vaccination.  We would be very grateful if you would not call the practice to enquire about when your appointment will be as this prevents patients with an urgent medical need from getting through.  The number of vaccination clinics we hold each week is dependent upon the number of vaccines allocated to us so we appreciate your patience at this busy time.  A list of the Priority Groups is available at: COVID-19 vaccination first phase priority groups - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION

If you think you may have symptoms of Coronavirus do not attend the GP practice, walk-in centres or hospital.  Visit Symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) - NHS (www.nhs.uk) for further guidance.  For up to date information on Coronavirus about self isolation, social distancing and high risk groups please visit www.gov.uk/government/collections/coronavirus-covid-19-list-of-guidance 

If you have an appointment at the practice do not attend if you or anyone in your household has symptoms of Coronavirus or is self-isolating for any reason on the day of your appointment.  Please contact the practice to re-arrange the appointment.

PLEASE NOTE: ALL PATIENTS ATTENDING WOLDS VIEW PRIMARY CARE CENTRE MUST NOW WEAR A FACE COVERING (COVERING MOUTH AND NOSE) TO HELP PREVENT THE SPREAD OF INFECTION.  PATIENTS WILL ALSO BE ASKED TO USE HAND SANITIZER PROVIDED ON ENTERING AND EXITING THE SERVICE AREA. 

PATIENTS ARE ALSO REMINDED TO OBSERVE THE 2 METRE SOCIAL DISTANCING RULE FROM OTHER PATIENTS/VISITORS AND NON-CLINICAL STAFF

When attending Wolds View Primary Care Centre, please use the intercom buzzer located just to the left of the entrance doors.  One of our reception staff will speak to you via the intercom and advise you further.

This practice is supporting vital coronavirus (COVID-19) planning and research by sharing your data with NHS Digital. For more information about this see the General Practice Transparency Notice for GPES Data for Pandemic Planning and Research (COVID-19).

 


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The Practice is exceptionally busy. To increase our ability to respond to demand, we are asking you to change the way you contact us. Please now contact us via our online consultation service, Engage Consult. The Practice will reply either with a message or a phone call and will tell you what to do next.

 

You can use this service from any mobile phone, tablet or computer. You will need to have an email address.

 

This service must not be used for medical emergencies such as chest pain or severe bleeding. Please dial 999.

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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".

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WOLDS VIEW PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP

Anyone interested in joining Wolds View Patient Participation Group please call the practice to register your interest.


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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