Manor House Surgery regrets that we are not registering new patients at this time in the interests of patient safety and to protect the quality of patient’s services.
This will include Temporary Residents.
RETIREMENT OF DR ROBERTSON
Manor House Surgery wishes to advise you that Dr Robertson has now retired from the practice. We are currently advertising for a replacement GP.
We are delighted to advise you that we have Simon Cox, an Advance Care Practitioner, joining us on 7th December 2015.
It is therefore necessary to divide Dr Robertson’s existing patients between the remaining GPS. This will be done as follows. If your surname begins with
A or B your GP will be Dr Reed. If your surname begins with C D E G H your GP will be Dr Raise. If your surname begins with I J K L M N O P Q R your GP will be Dr Lino. If your surname begins with F S T U V W X Y Z your GP will be Dr Loch
Our Contact Details
East Riding of Yorkshire
General Enquiries: 01262 602661
Appointments: 01262 676543
Prescriptions: 01262 672863
Fax: 01262 400891
Drs Francis, Lino, Raise, Loch & Reed
NAMED ACOUNTABLE GP FOR ALL PATIENTS
All patients registered with Manor House Surgery have a named GP.
If you have a repeat prescription, the name of your accountable GP will be printed on the right hand page of the prescription. If you wish to know who your allocated GP is, please ask at the Reception Desk.
At Manor House Surgery, the GPs work closely together; this change does not prevent you from seeing any doctor at the practice. Please be aware that due to holidays and other commitments, your named GP may not always be available. If you request an emergency appointment, this will be with any of the doctors who have available appointments.
Your Health care Team
There are 5 doctors, a team of practice nurses and health care assistants, two health visitors, district nurses and a number of admin and reception staff to help you become healthy and stay healthy. You can read about them, and the times you can see them, elsewhere in the website.
When you join the practice an appointment will be given with our health care assistant as soon as possible for an introductory consultation.
Under fives will receive an appointment to attend a child surveillance clinic. With our appointment system we hope you can continue to see your own doctor.
About Our Practice
This practice was established over 85 years ago in the original Manor House, which stood on the corner of Beck Hill and Manor Street. Described as a "dignified Georgian residence with a pleasant walled garden", the practice founder Dr Arthur Whitehead both lived and held his surgery there. As the practice expanded, it moved to Wellington Road and, in 1955, Drs Webster, Wilson and Swanson constructed a modern
purpose-built surgery. In 1981, the new partnership of Drs Bayne, Ward, Watson and Farley extended the premises and, in 1990, they were joined by a fifth partner, Dr Alistair Robertson. Inevitably, as the practice continued to grow, the premises became too cramped, and a decision was taken to build a new surgery. Thus, this property, then called Thorn Villa, was purchased. Another Georgian residence, and derelict for many years, it was reconstructed by Bridlington builders, Hebdens, to a design by architect Peter Belt. Large extensions provide more spacious accommodation throughout, with good wheelchair access and a large car park for the convenience of our patients. The new surgery has been renamed "Manor House Surgery" in recognition of our practice origins.
The practice operates as a partnership.
The website contains a vast range of health information and resources, along with practical information on visiting the surgery. We hope you find it useful and informative.
Manor House Surgery is included in the area overseen by the North Yorkshire and Humber Clinical Commissioning Group based at Health House, Grange Park Lane, Willerby, Hull HU10 6DT or telephone 01482 650700.