Campus Health Centre (Newland Health Centre)

Raines House, 187 Cottingham Road, Hull, HU5 2EG

Current time is 20:53 - The surgery is closed - Contact NHS 111 if you can’t wait until the surgery re-opens

NHS

Telephone: 01482 492219

B81104.nayar@nhs.net

Surgery Closure for GP/Nurse Training – 28 September 2022 from 12:30pm

Posted on July 19th, 2022

The surgery will be closed for GP/Nurse Training on Thursday 28th September 2022 from 12:30pm.

When the surgery is closed if your require urgent medical treatment that can not wait until the surgery re-opens on Thursday 29th September 2022 please contact NHS 111 by calling 111 or visiting the NHS website.

GP Walk in Services

NHS walk-in centres offer convenient access to a range of treatments for dealing with minor illnesses and injuries. These include:

  • infections and rashes
  • blood pressure checks
  • fractures and lacerations
  • emergency contraception and advice
  • stomach aches
  • vomiting and diarrhoea
  • hay fever
  • insect and animal bites
  • stitches (sutures)
  • dressing care
  • minor cuts and bruises
  • minor burns and strains
  • stop smoking support

GP walk-in services in Hull are available at:

Story Street Walk in Centre
Wilberforce Health Centre
6 – 10 Story Street
Hull
HU1 3SA
Tel: 01482 335180

8.00am-8.00pm 7 days a week and Bank Holidays

You don’t have to be registered with the practice and you don’t need an appointment to access the walk in service.

Minor Injuries Unit

Have you suffered a sprain, strain, cut, mild burn or other minor injury? Then the urgent treatment centre (minor injuries unit) at Bransholme Health Centre is the best place for you to seek treatment. No appointment is necessary and it is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

If you have a cold, cough or sore throat then your Pharmacist may be able to help. Find out more here.

In the event of a life-threatening emergency (such as loss of consciousness, acute confused state, fits that are not stopping, severe chest pain, breathing difficulties or severe bleeding that cannot be stopped) you need to dial 999 and visit A&E immediately.