The Bridge Group Practice is a general medical practice operating at two sites in Kingston-upon-Hull. We are at the Orchard Centre in the North - and at The Elliott Chappell Health Centre close to the city centre on Hessle Road.
Please follow national guidance on covid-19 coronavirus and do not come to the surgery of you have symptoms or live with someone who does. You can check symptoms or find a wide range of advice on test and trace, isolation, social distancing, research and more by clicking the link below.
This leaflet is for patients with suspected coronavirus who have not been admitted to hospital and will be isolating at home.
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How to recognise a medical emergency and what to do to save livesLearn more »
Latest offical covid-19 coronavius information & advice from official sourcesLearn more »
Information & links for Online consultations, Systm Online & moreLearn more »
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Details of our diabetes clinic and other support servicesLearn more »
Information about our asthma clinic and resourcesLearn more »
Details of our heart clinic and other resourcesLearn more »
Information and sexual health services - all ages.Learn more»
An array of online resources for health promotionLearn more »
Links to a wide range of local & national servicesLearn more »
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Answer a few short questions and we will get back to you within 2 working days. Please do not use the online form for urgent or emergency requests. The submitted form will only be read during office hours
The forms will not be read during weekends (Saturdays and |Sundays) or on bank holidays. They will not be read Monday - Friday between the hours of 18.00 - 0900. Please contract 111 during out of hours or 999 if it is an emergency
It is important that patients report adverse reactions and events in relation the medicines, vaccines or medical devices to the Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency. This will be key in the case of the deployment of covid-19 vaccinations. However, any reaction to any medicine that has been used for patients with covid-19 should be reported. There is also a seperate reporting tool for non-covid adverse reactions.