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People in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire can have their say on plans to move the Story Street walk-in centre in Hull city centre to a new location close to the Emergency Department at Hull Royal Infirmary.


The proposed move would see the centre relocated to a new site at the Hospital from November 2023, paving the way for improved integration of urgent care services in the city. Additional minor injuries and diagnostic pathways would then be established to create a fully designated urgent treatment centre at the hospital from April 2024.


People registered as patients at the three practices within Wilberforce Health Centre (Wilberforce Surgery, The Quays and East Park practices), will not be affected by the proposed move of the centre. Furthermore, there will be no reduction in care staff at the Emergency Department or primary care provision in Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire.


Engagement with the public is under way to understand any barriers they may face with the move. This will take place over a six-week period with patients at venues across Hull and via an online survey.


The views of people who currently use the walk-in centre on Story Street, local urgent treatment centres and the Emergency Department in Hull are important. Targeted engagement with residents, businesses, support agencies, voluntary groups, and other interested parties will be gathered between late August and October 2023.


For more information and to complete the survey, visit: The survey closes on 13 October 2023.

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