Welcome to Beacon Medical Practice

We are a large general practice with three surgeries serving over 22,000 patients in Skegness, Ingoldmells, Chapel St Leonards and surrounding villages on the East Coast of Lincolnshire.

Administrator Vacancy – Data Quality Department

We have a full-time vacancy for an Administrator in our Data Quality department, based at our Skegness surgery.

For more information on this post and how to apply, please click the link below:


Applications close 01/09/2017.

Flu Clinic Dates 2017

Beacon Medical Practice Flu Vaccination Campaign

For eligible registered Patients, the Practice is running walk in Flu Vaccination clinics (subject to criteria) on the following dates:

Saturday 16th September - Skegness surgery - 08:30 to 13:00

Saturday 23rd September - Chapel St Leonards surgery - 08:30 to 13:00

Saturday 30th September - Ingoldmells surgery - 08:30 to 13:00

Saturday 7th October - Skegness surgery - 08:30 to 13:00

For more information and to check criteria, click the link below:

Flu Clinic Dates 2017


Patient Administrator Vacancy

We have a full-time vacancy for a Patient Administrator, based at our Skegness surgery.

For more information on this post and how to apply, please click the link below:

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Applications close 25/08/2017.

National Blood Cancer Awareness Month September 1st – 30th

Supported by some of the UK's biggest blood cancer charities, including Leukaemiacare and The Anthony Nolan Trust, September is their month to raise awareness of how to improve treatments for blood cancer and increase the number of lives saved.

For information including:

Managing a condition, Treatment, Resources,Travel Insurance, How to get involved and more: click here: http://www.leukaemiacare.org.uk

Also look out for #BloodCancerAwarenessMonth on social media throughout the month of September.


National Urology Awareness Month September 1st – 30th

September is National Urology Awareness Month.

With an ageing population and the effects of today's lifestyle, urology conditions, diseases and cancers are becoming more prevalent.

The Urology Foundation is spreading knowledge of urology health, breaking down the stigma associated with many of its conditions and persuading people to talk about these issues.

For more information on The Urology Foundation, or to access a range of information leaflets visit their website by clicking here http://www.theurologyfoundation.org


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Out of Hours

For advice and urgent medical attention outside our normal surgery hours, please call 111

You can call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency. NHS 111 is a fast and easy way to get the right help.