Accident and Emergency

Unless your condition is life threatening, please don’t just turn up or walk in the Emergency Department (A&E). Please think pharmacist, GP and NHS 111 (online or via telephone) first and keep A&E for those who need it most.

If you do turn up, and you don’t need to be there – you may be redirected to a more appropriate service for your needs.

If you are ill or hurt and need help fast, but it is not a 999 emergency:

  • Call 111, open 24/7. Your call will be answered by a highly trained operator who will be able to diagnose your symptoms quickly and easily in the convenience and safety of your own home.
  • Visit NHS 111
  • Use the NHS app
  • Visit an Urgent Treatment Centre.

Urgent Treatment Centres

If you have an urgent injury that is not serious, life or limb threatening you can go to your nearest Urgent Treatment Centre. This is a walk-in service for injuries with no appointment required. For illnesses, please ring NHS 111 or visit NHS 111 for assessment first.

For help with:

  • broken bones and sprains
  • injuries, cuts and bruises
  • minor burns and scalds
  • coughs, colds and breathing problems
  • sore throats and earache
  • vomiting and diarrhoea
  • skin infections and rashes
  • high temperature (fever) in children and adults
  • mental health problems
  • minor eye complaints


Bransholme Urgent Treatment Centre
Goodhart Road

Tel: 01482344665

Open 7 days a week, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.


Beverley Urgent Treatment Centre
East Riding Community Hospital
Swinemoor Lane
HU17 0FA

Tel: 01482478879

Open 7 days a week, 365 days a year, 7am-11pm.


Bridlington Urgent Treatment Centre
Entrance A, Bridlington Hospital
Bessingby Road
YO16 4QP

Tel: 01262425631

Open 7 days a week, 365 days a year, 7am-8pm.


Goole Urgent Treatment Centre
Goole and District Hospital
Woodland Avenue
DN14 6RX

Tel: 01405720720

Open 7 days a week, 365 days a year, 7am-8pm.