The practice has the benefit of three high quality, purpose built premises, situated in Withernsea and the villages of Patrington and Roos.
St. Nicholas Surgery, Withernsea
The main surgery is St. Nicholas in Withernsea; it was built in the late 1990's to a very high standard and has since been extended to provide extra capacity for teaching and training. Most of the administration of the practice is based at Withernsea. The building has the following facilities:
- Consulting rooms x 10
- Nurses rooms x 3
- Office space
- Large conference room
- Teaching room
St Patricks Surgery, Patrington
This is the practice's largest branch surgery and the building dates from the 1980s, additional rooms were added upstairs 10 years ago. Approx 3,000 patients are registered here and many of whom live in the small outlying villages. A range of services are provided from this surgery and it is open for morning and evening surgeries every day other than Wednesday afternoon when we are closed.
- Consulting rooms x 5 (includes nurses room)
- Reception and office space
- Conference room
Hodgson Lane Surgery, Roos
This building was opened in 1999, replacing the premises of the previous practice in Roos. At present there are surgeries held on 4 sessions per week. Approx 1,000 patients are registered at this branch and it covers the rural area to the north of Withernsea.In 2014 we extended the size of our dispensary and now dispense most repeat medication from this site. Following the floods in 2007 this site was fully refubished.
- Consulting rooms x 3 (includes nurses rooms)
- Reception and office space .