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We have had to make changes to our flu clinics this year as follows:

Saturday 5th October '19  8.45am to 12.45 - Over 65's only

Saturday 12th October '19  8.45am to 12.45 - Over 65's and 18 to 65 years

Saturday 19th October '19  8.45am to 12.45 - Over 65's only

Saturday 26th October '19 8.45am to 12.45 - Over 65's only

From Monday 28th October age 18- 64 years in the at risk groups please ring the surgery and make an appointment.

These changes have been brought about by the delivery dates we have been given for the two types of flu vaccines we need this year which are:

Fluad Trivalent Vaccine for patients over the age of 65

Quadravailant Vaccine for patients aged 18 to 65 years in a clinical at risk group

We are also unable to give flu vaccines to any patient under the age of 18 in the Saturday clinics.  Please ring the surgery or speak to a receptionist who will offer an appointment.


Care navigation is being implemented by the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) on the 1st October 2018.  In order for us to direct you to the correct service our specially trained receptionists (who know about many services that do not need a GP appointment) will need to ask you a little about the problem you are calling with.  Of course you do not need to tell us about your problem, BUT it will help us to direct you to the correct service and potentially save you time by avoiding multiple appointments and wait times.  If you would like to discuss your condition privately please inform the receptionist.  Please be patient with the receptionists as this is a new service.  Thank you

You can book and cancel appointments online by obtaining a username and password from reception. Please remember to bring two forms of identification with you.

Friends and Family Test - please complete the survey under the 'Have your say' section. We had 1 Extremely Likely reply  for last month with no other sections. Paper versions available at the reception desk in the surgery.

Car park - The car park is owned by the landlord and therefore out of our control.  It is used by three separate organisations and each is independent of the other therefore there is very limited parking.  There is alternative paid parking on Norwood, North Bar Within or Saturday Market.  Patients wishing to use the car park to attend an appointment are requested to give plenty of time to park as a space may not become available for some time.

Practice History

The practice was started in the early years of the 20th Century by Dr Hugh Munroe, who came to Beverley, initially as the medical officer for the town, and then set up as a family doctor in premises in Hengate.  In 1930, Dr Peter McKinley joined him and he, like Dr Munroe, was also an Edinburgh graduate.  They subsequently acquired premises in Lairgate, and this became the surgery premises for the practice until the early 1970s.

Dr Charles Cameron had joined the practice in 1940, initially coming to Beverley to run the practice whilst Dr McKinley was on sickness leave, but on Dr McKinley’s return to work, Dr Cameron stayed on as a partner and by this time Dr Munroe had retired.  Dr Charles Glassey joined the practice after the Second World War, having served in the Navy and in the mid 1950s Dr McKinley emigrated to New Zealand.  Dr Edwin Meek joined the practice, initially as an assistant but became a partner in 1959 and in 1965 Dr Lavine joined the practice, making it a four partner practice to keep up with the growth in the town.  The partnership expanded to five doctors in 1972 when Dr Steve Donohue joined.

The next addition to the practice was Dr Peter Jones in 1978 at the time when Drs. Cameron and Glassey became part time partners.  Three years later they retired completely from the practice and Dr Neil Wilson came, but only stayed for about three years before Dr Shaw became the fifth partner in the practice.  There was further expansion in the practice in 1987 when Dr Hill became a partner to make the partnership up to six partners.  Dr Meek retired in 1991 and was replaced by our first lady partner, Dr Rachel Waterer, who moved to the Midlands after four years to be replaced by Dr Underwood.  In 1996 both Drs. Lavine and Donohue changed to part time work and Dr Moran joined us, leaving about four years later.  The partnership continued as a seven partner practice with the addition of Dr Alton at the beginning of 1998, Dr Cavill in October 1999, Dr Clifton at the beginning of 2000 and Dr Harrison July 2006 on the retirement of Dr Shaw. Dr Clausen joined us in 2009, and after Dr Harrison's departure to Australia in 2010, Dr Clarke joined completing the partnership with 8 partners.  We were fortunate to have Dr Piper join our team in 2014, when Dr Jones left the partnership. Dr Hill retired in April 2016, and as the practice continues to expand two new partners have joined.  Dr Murphy joined as a partner in July 2016, and Dr Smith joined as a partner in August 2016. Dr Underwood retired in April 2018, and Dr Garnham joined as a partner in May 2018. Dr Alton left the partnership in January 2019, the practice currently has 8 partners.

Forty years ago there was only one part time receptionist and the caretaker, but at the beginning of the 21st Century there is a staff of a 2 practice managers, a finance manager, a clinical pharmacist, a physio practitioner, two secretaries, eight receptionists, four healthcare assistants, three dispensers and three nursing sisters in our Treatment Room.  Our present list of patients number is over 12500 and we continue to try and provide a modern comprehensive family doctor service working from the Health Centre in Manor Road, Beverley.

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