From 1 July 2022, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) will be dissolved, and Integrated Care Boards (ICBs) will take over the responsibility for NHS functions and budgets. We will become part of NHS Humber and North Yorkshire ICB. You can continue to use this website to find the information you need, which remains relevant for the Hull area.

Choose Well

We know that finding the right place to go when you become ill or are injured can be confusing.  This section of our website explains our new urgent treatment services and is just one of the ways we want to help you choose well and stay well in Hull.  By selecting the right service for your illness or injury, you’re not only looking after your health but using NHS services responsibly.

Your choices at a glance
For more information about which choice is right for you, visit the links on the right or ring NHS 111 for advice and support. Please be aware NHS111 will ask you a number of questions to decide what advice to give you. This can include self-care advice, directing you to your nearest pharmacy, advising you to go and see your GP or booking into an Urgent Treatment Centre if clinically appropriate.

Bransholme Urgent Treatment Centre

No appointments are required at Bransholme Urgent Treatment Centre and patients are managed by Nurse Practitioners who have experience and expertise in the management of minor injuries, working within a safe caring environment. Healthcare, information, advice and treatment can be offered for:

  • Wounds, cuts and abrasions
  • Burns and scalds
  • Removal of soft tissue foreign bodies (splinters)
  • Muscle and joint injuries (sprains and strains)
  • Suspected fractures or broken bones
  • Animal and human bites and insect stings
  • Minor head injuries
  • Eye injuries (removal of foreign body)
  • Skin infections/rashes/allergic reactions
  • Urine infections
  • Raised temperature/fever

Bransholme Urgent Treatment Centre, Goodhart Road, Hull, HU7 4DW
Tel: (01482) 344665.

Opening Times: 7 days a week, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day

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Healthcare in Hull

If you are looking for healthcare in Hull, it’s important to find the service that is right for your needs. Use the guide below to know where to go and when.

Care options

Self Care
Self Care – If you have a small cut, heartburn, a cold or another minor ailment then you can treat yourself quickly and easily at home. Find out more.

Pharmacy – Pharmacists/chemists offer advice, over the counter medicines and treat many minor illnesses such as acne, hay fever, cystitis and more. Learn more here and find a pharmacist here.

72 pharmacists in Hull run the Minor Ailments Scheme meaning they can provide medicine for many common ailments free of charge for anyone who does not pay a prescription charge. Read more here. To see a list of local pharamacists that participate in the minor ailments scheme click here.

NHS 111
NHS 111 – If you are confused about which service is best for you NHS 111 can offer guidance. NHS 111 can also offer advice on what to do if your GP is closed. Call 111 or find out more here.

Your GP
Your GP – GPs deal with a range of health problems. Click here to find out more. See here for a full list of Hull GPs or click here to find your local GP surgery.

Out of hours GP
Out of Hours GP – If you need to see or speak to a GP when you own surgery is closed you’ll usually be directed to an out of hours service. For more information click here and NHS Choices here.

Urgent Treatment Centre
Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) – Less severe injuries can be treated quickly in UTCs without an appointment. Find out about the UTC at Bransholme here or find another local UTC here.

Accident and Emergency and 999 – If someone is seriously ill or injured, their life is at risk or it’s an emergency, you should call 999 or attend A&E. Learn more here and find your local A&E here.

Other Services

Hull CCG commissions many services to help the people of Hull stay as healthy as they can be. See here for some of these with links to further information about staying healthy.

If you have any queries about any of our services please contact us.

Since April 2008 patients referred by GPs for planned treatment can choose to be seen in any hospital or clinic that can provide NHS standard care, at NHS prices. NHS Choices has detailed information about every hospital in the UK. This will help you to make an informed decision about your healthcare.

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