BEACON MEDICAL PRACTICE 

Skegness, Ingoldmells and Chapel St Leonards

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Welcome to Beacon Medical Practice

Welcome to the website of Beacon Medical Practice, Skegness, Lincolnshire. We are a large General Practice serving over 23,000 patients in Skegness, Ingoldmells, Chapel St Leonards and surrounding villages on the east coast of Lincolnshire.

Beacon Medical Practice provides General Medical Services from three Surgeries located at:

  • Churchill Avenue, Skegness
  • Skegness Road, Ingoldmells
  • Ancaster Avenue, Chapel St Leonards

Our highly-skilled and approachable team of Doctors, Nurses and allied Health Professionals, supported by our team of dedicated Receptionists and Administrative Staff, aim to provide high quality and comprehensive primary healthcare in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.

The Beacon Medical Practice website is a way of presenting all our patients with an up to date resource for information relating to our practice. We keep it current with any news, developments and details that are relevant to the practice and our patients. Our website aims to help you find out about us and the services that we offer. Whether you are looking to join our practice, or you are already a patient, we hope you will find the site easy to use and full of helpful information. We welcome any feedback that you feel would help us make our services or our website better. We always strive to improve the quality of our services and thereby improve the health of our patients.

Your GP cares campaign

The environment in which GPs are striving to provide services is increasingly challenging.

Announcements
FLU CAMPAIGN - Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Its that time of year again!!

 

The annual seasonal flu immunisation campaign aims to encourage take-up of the vaccine by everyone aged 65 or over, people who are carers, those under 65 with underlying health conditions and pregnant women.

Flu is a highly infectious viral infection which occurs mainly in Winter. It is usually of sudden onset with fever, chills, painful muscles, headache, backache and cough. Flu for most people is an unpleasant but short illness, the main symptoms lasting up to about a week. Those affected are advised to stay at home, rest and drink plenty of fluids. Most people who get the flu recover but some develop life-threatening complications such as pneumonia, nerve or brain damage. You are more likely to be at risk of complications if you are in one of the 'at risk' groups.

WALK IN CLINIC DATES

SATURDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER 2014 - SKEGNESS SURGERY 8:30AM -1PM

SATURDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER 2014 - CHAPEL SURGERY - 8:30AM - 1PM

SATURDAY 4TH OCTOBER 2014 - INGOLDMELLS SURGERY - 8:30AM - 1PM

SATURDAY 11TH OCTOBER 2014 - SKEGNESS SURGERY - 8:30 AM - 1PM


 

 
Opening Hours

MONDAY to FRIDAY

8.00 am to 6.30 pm

EVENINGS

Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays

6.30 pm to 8.00 pm

(pre-booked appointments only)

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Out Of Hours

For urgent medical conditions outside surgery hours that cannot wait until the next working day, please call free phone number:

111

If you have a medical emergency such as chest pain, collapse or difficulty in breathing then dial 999

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