Manor House Surgery

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Manor House Surgery

Tel: Bridlington
01262 602661 (General Enquiries)
01262 672863 (Prescriptions)
01262 676543 (Appointments)
01262 400891 (Fax)

Drs Robertson,
Francis, Lino & Raise


This website has been designed to tell you about the practice and the services that we offer. Please read it carefully. We trust that you will find it helpful and informative.


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 health visitors, midwives and community mental health team have their own suite, with a separate waiting room and consulting rooms. This is the community clinic. The new surgery was renamed "Manor House Surgery" in recognition of our practice origins.

The practice operates as a partnership.

We hope this website will give you all the information you require about the facilities available from our practice. Please make yourself familiar with this information.


Monday to Friday 8.30am - 6.00pm.

Practice News and Notices

Please note that Manor House Surgery is not accepting new patients wishing to register at the practice from 1st April 2012.

As from 30th August 2013 Dr Rolan Schreiber will be leaving the practice .  A new doctor will be starting in the new year .

As from 30th June 2012 the practice will not be offering a surgery at Flamborough on a Monday until further notice. 

2013 Flu Clinics

Manor House Surgery is running two special Flu Vaccine Clinics during October 2013. The dates are:

Saturday 12th October 2013       8-30 to 12noon 

Saturday 26th October 2013       8-30 to 12noon

We are also running special Flu Vaccine clinics at our Flamborough Surgery and the dates for these are as follows:

Tuesday 8th October 2013;            Friday 11th October 2013

Tuesday 15th October 2013;          Friday 18th October 2013

Shingles Vaccine Clinics 2013

Manor House Surgery is also running Shingles vaccine clinics for patients aged 70 or 79 on 1st September 2013. Please contact the surgery to make a suitable appointment in our special clinics.



The practice would like to thank the various advertisers who have helped to produce this Website. However, it must be pointed out that the accuracy of any statements cannot be warranted, nor any products or services advertised, be guaranteed or endorsed.






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