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Urgent Treatment Centres (UTCs) at Bransholme in Hull and Goole, Beverley and Bridlington in the East Riding are changing their opening times. City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP), who run the centres, are redeploying staff during the Coronavirus crisis to support nursing services to treat patients in the community.

The UTCs will be open from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week; x-ray times will not be affected.

GP Out of Hours services will no longer be provided from the Westbourne Centre in Hull and from Rosedale in Hedon so that GPs can be used as efficiently as possible.

The Story Street walk-in centre in Hull will not be changing its operating times.

Jackie Griffiths, Deputy Chief Operating Officer at CHCP, said, “We are very fortunate to have a flexible and adaptable workforce, many of whom have the skills and experience to work across our services. We are extremely proud of the way our colleagues have adapted to changes to their working day without complaint and risen to the challenge at this time of national need.”

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