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Wolds View patients aged 75 and over will be invited to take part in this free Health and Wellbeing review.  The project aims to link patients to resources and services they may not have been aware of.  Those eligible for the review will be receiving a letter in the post shortly which explains more about the project.  Alternatively, please call the practice for more information.



NATIONAL DIABETES AUDIT


GP data collection for this audit will take place between 20 June - 29 July 2016


Please see Item 5 on this website under "Further Information"


Welcome to Wolds View Primary Care Centre

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Minor Injuries &
Minor Illness Unit

GP Services

 


The Wolds View Primary Care Centre is an integrated service providing both a GP Practice and a Minor Injuries and Minor Illness Service and is conveniently located within Bridlington Hospital.  The Centre can see and treat anyone living or visiting Bridlington and is run by highly trained and experienced doctors and Nurse Practitioners.

The service is open 08:00 - 21:00, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  Please note the latest time for booking in at reception is 20:40.

Do I need to make an appointment for the Wolds View Primary Care Centre?

Registered patients needing to see a GP or practice nurse can book on the day or in advance. 

For all the walk-in services patients can be seen throughout our opening hours by one of our Practitioners in order of medical priority or time of arrival.  

 

City Health Care Partnership CIC Manage four GP Practices in Hull in addition to Wolds View

 


 

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