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Welcome

The Surgery is located in modern specially created premises near a small shopping area of Coulby Newham. There is free car parking nearby, and no difficulty with access for persons who are wheelchair disabled.

All the facilities of the surgery are on the same level and assistance is available for the disabled when needed.

The practice team are committed to delivering the highest standard of medical care and providing a friendly service.

We are a training practice, which means that we have GP registrars, who are fully qualified doctors undertaking extra training to qualify as a general practitioner.

We also have medical students on placement from the university at various times.

Christmas Opening

The surgery will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day. All other opening times will be as normal. Please ensure that you order your prescriptions in time so that you do not run out over the festive period.

Flu Clinics

 Please contact the surgery for further details. 

Prescriptions

Many medical conditions are stable over long periods, so that a doctor may authorise repeat prescriptions between checks on your progress.

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Make an Appointment

The doctors surgeries generally run Monday to Friday from 09:00 – 11.30 and 14:30 – 17:00

Appointments can be booked upto 1 week in advance for any of the doctors, nurses, etc. through reception by telephoning 01642 270033.

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New Patients

The practice covers the Coulby Newham , Hemlington, Stainton, Thornton, Nunthorpe, Acklam and Marton area. If you live within one of these areas, you can Register with the practice.

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Contraception

All types of family planning advice are covered those included are The Pill, Contraceptive injections, Coil fitting and Implanon fittings.

Both the doctors and nurses are qualified and able to discuss this with you. We also offer counselling for sterilisation and pre-pregnancy advice.

Travel Vaccinations

Every year, millions of people from the UK travel overseas for both business and leisure. While we enjoy visiting different countries it is easy to forget that many places do not have the same easy access to medical facilities and treatments as the UK.

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Staying Healthy

Healthy eating and drinking, exercise and stopping smoking are becoming increasing important in staying well now and for the future. This is especially important if you also have a chronic disease.

Click for support and advice on healthy eating and exercise.

Smoking Cessation

The practice can support you to stop smoking in the smoking cessation clinic or click on Smokefree for further information from the NHS.