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Health trainers

Health trainers provide personal support and motivation to adults within the East Riding of Yorkshire who wish to lead a healthier lifestyle. If you want to become healthier but don't know where to start, a health trainer will be able to help you work out exactly what you want and how to go about it.

Health trainers can offer a range of guidance and support including:

  • healthy eating
  • losing weight
  • physical activity
  • giving up smoking and substances
  • cutting down on alcohol
  • sexual health
  • reducing stress and anxiety.

To find out more about the East Riding Health Trainers please click here.

Noticeboard

New telephone system

We are pleased to confirm our new telephone system has been commissioned and will be in place in July. there will be one local number for all 3 have more information we will let you know.

Online Appointments

A small number of appointments are available to book online 

New Staff

We have just appointed a new Nurse Practioner Jackie Carline who will be joining us in mid June. She will work alongside our existing Nurse Practioner Debbie Burkinshaw.

 

April Appointments

Whilst we finalise April rotas there is good availability of appointments on the day for those with URGENT problems. We have appointments with GPs for the first 2 weeks in April and for the time being will only release appointments 2 weeks ahead.

Patrington & Roos patients are also welcome to book appointments with Locum doctors at Withernsea surgery.

We continue to have a very high number of patients who fail to attend appointments they have made each day so please do remember to cancel so they can be offered to other patients who may really need them . You can cancel your appointments online.

Dr French

Dr French has now retired We wish him a long and happy retirement

Dr Gateshill

Dr Gateshill will be working part time at the practice from February.

 
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