Contact Haxby Group

Out of hours contact numbers

If you require medical assistance outside of surgery hours please use the following options:

Medical Emergency – Call 999 or 112 – if the patient is seriously ill and in need of immediate emergency medical care.

111 Service – Call 111  if you need advice or medical treatment quickly but it’s not an emergency. Click on this link to download the NHS 111 Easy Read leaflet.

YORK PATIENTS ONLY – Monday – Friday between 6.00 – 6.30 pm dial 0300 1230762.

NHS Walk-in-Centres

  • YORK – as part of the urgent care centre at York Hospital, Wigginton Road, York YO31 8HA
  • HULL – Wilberforce Health Centre 6-10 Story Street, Hull HU1 3SA.

Pharmacies – Pharmacists are qualified health professionals who offer a range of advice and treatment.

Email – Please DO NOT use email in an emergency situation or for clinical queries unless specifically requested by your GP. Emails are read during normal office opening hours only, and should only be used for comments/compliments/complaints. You can email Haxby Group by completing our comment/suggestions form.

Full address and location details can be found on our York or Hull pages

York surgeries

Haxby & Wigginton Surgery
Telephone: 01904 928008

Huntington Surgery
Telephone: 01904 928008

New Earswick Surgery
Telephone: 01904 928008

Stockton-on-the-Forest Surgery
Telephone: 01904 928008

Gale Farm Surgery
Telephone: 01904 928008

The Old Forge Surgery
Telephone: 01904 928008

Hull surgeries

Haxby Group Orchard Park Surgery
Telephone: 01482 303957

Haxby Group Kingswood Surgery
Telephone: 01482 303963

Burnbrae Surgery
Telephone: 01482 888800

Calvert Surgery
Telephone: 01482 303882

Newington Surgery
Telephone: 01482 336111

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Important information about coronavirus (COVID-19)

The NHS has put in place measures to ensure the safety of all patients and NHS staff while also ensuring services are available to the public.

Stay at home guidance

Use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service if:

• you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home
• your condition gets worse
• your symptoms do not get better after 7 days

Use the 111 coronavirus service