Some pharmacies will be open on bank holiday Monday to ensure you can access services if absolutely necessary. You can find the latest pharmacy bank holiday opening hours across Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire here. These times are subject to change so please check with your pharmacy first before you attend.
If you need to access GP services on bank holiday Monday, routine appointments are available through your GP practice in Hull or the East Riding.
Should you need urgent medical help please visit NHS 111 online at https://111.nhs.uk. If you cannot get online, you can dial 111.
Your local UTC can treat minor ailments such as cuts, burns and suspected minor fractures, with no appointment necessary. Find out more about East Riding UTCs here and Hull UTCs here.
If you need mental health support, the Hull and East Riding Mental Health Response Service will remain operational over the bank holiday weekend. Individuals in crisis can access their services on 01482 301701.
For anyone with a serious or life-threatening emergency, always call 999.
- NHS Hull CCG is an ‘outstanding’ rated, clinically-led health care organisation that works in close partnership with member practices, providers of health services, local government, other local public sector, voluntary and carer groups, patient representatives and the general public. Our 32 local GP practices serve a registered patient population of 304,142 across the city and we aspire to excellence in everything that we do in order to deliver our vision of Creating a Healthier Hull.
NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group is a clinically led organisation with 29 GP member practices responsible for the planning and buying of safe, quality health services for over 300,000 people. Rated ‘Good’ by NHS England, the CCG works in partnership and actively listens to local people to decide what health services are needed for our population. Visit eastridingofyorkshireccg.nhs.uk for more information.