Kingston Health (Hull)
GP Surgery at Wheeler Street in West Hull and the Park Health Centre, Holderness Road in |East Hull, East Yorkshire. All are welcome, regardless of age, sex, race, gender re-assignment, status, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation, marriage, civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity.
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Kingston Health Hull

Wheeler Street
Anlaby Road

01482 354933

Park Health Centre
700 Holderness Road

01482  711112


Primary Care Network


Due to changes in the GP Contract, groups of practices are now working together - typically covering between 30-50 thousand patients in an area.

Primary Care Networks build on a core of current primary care services and enable greater provison of proactive, personalised, co-ordinated and more integrated health and social care services.

Primary Care Networks provide the basis for future collaboration with other providers (eg Community Trusts) where appropriate, and will work together to deliver specific packages of care.

HASP Services 


A team of social prescribers work across the PCN. Helen is the dedicated social prescriber for Kingston Health. She has a wealth of experience in her field, and  can help people with social issues, carer support, debt management, finance, benefits, bereavement, isolation and many more issues. To talk to Helen, just ask our reception team to arrange a referral.

Health & Wellbeing

Two Health and Wellbeing coaches cover the PCN.  Michelle works with Kingston Health.  She is very experienced and well equipped to see people who wish to live a healthier lifestyle. She can help with diet, exercise and support patienys with managing long-term conditions. Appointments can be arranged through our reception team.

Mental Health 

We have a dedicated MIND mental health support worker, who can help our patients deal with low level depression, grief and bereavement, stress and anxiety.
A telephone appointment with her can be booked by the reception team.

First Contact

Two highly-trained first contact physiotherapist are able to assess and support people with new musculoskeletal concerns. You do not need to see the GP first and can book directly with reception without the need for referral. Joint injections are available for patients that may benefit from further intervention.


Two HASP community paramedics and a nursing associate  look after our housebound and care home patients.

They visit patients at home on behalf of the practice and carry out weekly checks on our care home residents as well as holding minor ailment clinics across the surgeries.


HASP PCN offers lots of other services including:

  • group sessions for Pre-diabetic patients
  • medication reviews
  • contraception clinics
  • menopause support.
  • contraception clinics