Humber Teaching NHS acquires eighth GP practice

Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust has taken over Manor House surgery in Providence Way, Bridlington, a practice serving people in Bridlington, Flamborough and surrounding areas.

This is the Trusts eighth GP practice and now delivers primary care services to approximately 45,000 patients in North Yorkshire, Hull and East Riding.

The surgery joins a portfolio which includes Northpoint Medical Practice and Princes Medical Centre in Hull, Field House Surgery in Bridlington, Peeler House Surgery in Hessle, Market Weighton Group Practice and the Chestnuts and Hallgate surgeries in Cottingham.

All eight of the Trust’s GP practices are rated ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission, the national regulator for health and social care services.

Lynn Parkinson, the Trust’s Chief Operating Officer, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Manor House surgery, its staff and patients to the Trust’s portfolio of primary care services.”

“We’re very excited about working closely with the surgery’s team to build on their success as we all strive to deliver the highest quality service for our patients.”

The Trust’s acquisition of Manor House Surgery is in line with the organisation’s mission to be ‘a multi-speciality health and social care teaching provider’, and the transfer follows months of careful planning between both parties.

Vicky Scarborough, Deputy Director of Business Development, Estates and Contracting/Managing Director of Humber Primary Care Limited said: “We warmly welcome all the staff and patients of Manor House Surgery to the Trust. This surgery will help drive forward our ambitions to provide integrated physical and mental health services for the populations we serve.”