Urgent Treatment Centres [NEW]

URGENT TREATMENT CENTRES.

If you have an urgent injury or illness that is not serious, life or limb threatening, then the nearest Urgent Treatment Centre to you can provide assessment, advice and/or treatment. Common conditions that can be treated in an Urgent Treatment Centre are:

  • Cuts and grazes
  • Sprains and strains
  • Simple broken bones
  • Wound and wound infections
  • Minor burns and scalds
  • Minor head injuries
  • Insect and animal bites
  • Minor eye injuries (foreign bodies in eye)
  • Minor back injuries
  • Emergency contraception 
  • Skin infections/rashes/allergic reactions
  • Urine infections
  • Raised temperature/fever

Based in Beverley, Bridlington and Goole, Urgent Treatment Centres are open 7am to 11pm, 7 days per week.

You can walk into an Urgent Treatment Centre, however we always recommend you Talk before you walk by calling NHS 111.  Where appropriate, a clinical advisor will assess your symptoms, decide what medical help you need and advise where you need to go.

Clinical advisors can also arrange an appointment for you at an Urgent Treatment Centre, 8 to 8 Centre or an out of hours GP if your condition means you need to see a health care professional within the next 12 hours.

Depending on your symptoms, Urgent Treatment Centres are able to carry out blood tests and x-rays to get a better understanding of what is wrong with you and, if needed, can prescribe medication and issue prescriptions for some conditions.

Depending on where you live in East Riding, the nearest Urgent Treatment Centres for East Riding of Yorkshire residents are:

Beverley Urgent Treatment Centre
East Riding Community Hospital
Swinemoor Lane
Beverley
East Yorkshire
HU17 0FA

Bridlington Urgent Treatment Centre
Entrance A
Bridlington Hospital
Bessingby Road
Bridlington
YO16 4QP

Goole Urgent Treatment Centre
Goole and District Hospital
Woodland Avenue
Goole
DN14 6RX

Low-level minor injuries

Driffield and Withernsea Hospitals 8 to 8 planned care centres have qualified nurses who can assess a number of minor injuries such as:

  • Cuts and grazes
  • Sprains and strains
  • Wound and wound infections
  • Minor burns and scalds
  • Minor head injuries
  • Insect and animal bites

You cannot walk-in to an 8 to 8 planned care centre for treatment of minor injuries you have to ring NHS 111. Trained advisors will assess your symptoms and give advice on where to go for treatment such as your GP, local pharmacy, give self-care advice and guidance over the telephone or arrange an appointment if appropriate at an 8-8 planned care centre.

Depending on where you live in East Riding, the nearest 8 to 8 planned care centre providing treatment for low-level minor injuries for East Riding of Yorkshire residents are:

Driffield
Alfred Bean Community Hospital
Bridlington Road
Driffield
East Riding of Yorkshire
YO25 5JR

Withernsea
Withernsea Hospital
Queen Street
Withernsea
HU19 2QB