The Old Fire Station Surgery, Albert Terrace, Beverley. HU17 8JW.
Telephone: (01482) 862236
A&E departments are for serious accidents and emergencies only. It is important we keep it this way so that A&E staff can concentrate on people with serious, life-threatening conditions that are fatal if left waiting. If your injury is not serious, you can get help from a Minor Injuries Unit (MIU) or Urgent Care Centre (UCC) rather than going to an A&E department.
Appropriate attendances to A&E include loss of consciousness, severe fits, persistent/severe chest pains, breathing difficulties, heavy blood loss that cannot be stopped, severe allergic reactions, and severe burns from accidents. Call 999 for suspected stroke, suspected heart attack, loss of consciousness, fits that are not stopping, severe chest pain, severe allergic reactions.
Your nearest A&E department, should you have to attend, is Hull Royal Infirmary on Anlaby Road, Hull. Open 24 hours Monday to Friday – Call 111 if you are unsure.