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Welcome To Manor House Surgery

 Patient Information

From the 1st of June Manor House Surgery became part of the Humber NHS Foundation Trust.  The change will not affect any care that you receive, your Doctor will remain the same.


We will no longer accept telephone requests for prescriptions. Please see the news feed tab to read a letter from the Practice 


Then you need to complete a consent form

Please see the latest Practice news feed for more information


Patient Notice

Please note that Manor House Surgery has a no smoking zone and you are not permitted to smoke in surgery or in the surgery car park





Did you know a new service has been launched for patients to access appointments after 6pm weekdays and also on a weekend.  Please see the news feed link and the Improving your access tab on website for further information.






Our Contact Details


Providence Place,
East Riding of Yorkshire
YO15 2QW

General Enquiries: 01262 602661
Appointments: 01262 676543
Fax: 01262 400891


All patients registered with Manor House Surgery have a named accountable GP.

If you have a repeat prescription, the name of your accountable GP will be printed on the right hand page of the prescription.  If you are unsure who your allocated GP is, please ask at the Reception Desk. 

At Manor House Surgery, the GPs and clinical team work closely together. You are able to see any Doctor at the practice, but we encourage continuity of care where possible. Due to external commitments and holidays your named GP may not always be available. Any urgent appointments may be with one of our senior nurses, our nurse practitioner or any of the Doctor's available.

Full details of our GP's are available via the link Doctors and staff.


Manor House Surgery has 6 GP's, a nurse practitioner, a clinical pharmacist and a team of practice nurses and health care assistants.  As a training practice we also have trainee doctors and nurses and other clinical practitioners supporting your care, whilst also learning their profession. Our care is supported in the practice by a full administrative team, and in the community by health visitors, community nurses and midwives.  Full details of the health care teams are available on the doctors and staff link.


If you have recently joined the practice an appointment will be given with our health care assistant for an introductory consultation.  This is important to ensure we have background information essential to look after your health.


Recent arrivals will have a six week baby check, this will follow a check from the health visitor and will be normally with their own GP at the same time as Mum's post natal check.  Please ensure your red book is brought to this appointment. Subsequent routine checks and immunisations will be via our practice nurses.

History of the Practice

This practice was established over 85 years ago in the original Manor House, which stood on the corner of Beck Hill and Manor Street. Described as a "dignified Georgian residence with a pleasant walled garden", the practice founder Dr Arthur Whitehead both lived and held his surgery there. As the practice expanded, it moved to Wellington Road and, in 1955, Drs Webster, Wilson and Swanson constructed a modern 
purpose-built surgery. In 1981, the new partnership of Drs Bayne, Ward, Watson and Farley extended the premises and, in 1990, they were joined by a fifth partner, Dr Alistair Robertson.  As the practice continued to grow a decision was taken to build a new surgery. The current property then called Thorn Villa, was purchased. Another Georgian residence, and derelict for many years, it was reconstructed by Bridlington builders, Hebdens, to a design by architect Peter Belt. Large extensions provide more spacious accommodation throughout, with good  access and a large car park for the convenience of our patients. The new surgery was renamed "Manor House Surgery" in recognition of our practice origins.

Clinical Commissioning Group

Manor House Surgery is included in the area overseen by the East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group based at Health House, Grange Park Lane, Willerby, Hull HU10 6DT or telephone 01482 650700.

Practice News
  • 11Feb 2019

    New GP Trainee at Manor House Surgery

    Dr A Olawamide and Dr A Singh will now be joining us in February 2019 for six months as part of their training to be a GP. They are qualified doctor with hospital experience, and will be able to see a full variety of patient problems with appropriate support where needed from their GP trainers. Dr Hannah McQuade has now completed her six month training at the surgery.

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  • 20Dec 2018

    Improving your access

    This is a new service available to patients who require an appointment out of normal surgery times. Please see the information attached regarding this service.

    Read More »
  • 21Sep 2018

    Why wait to see your doctor? You may not need to....

    East Riding of Yorkshire CCG have released a new service please see the attached link for information.

    Read More »
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Information from the Care Quality Commission

Our practice is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure we are meeting essential standards of quality and safety.

This widget provides a summary of the results of the latest checks carried out by the CQC.

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