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.

Career Opportunity – Healthcare Assistant (Level 1)

We’re looking for a new Healthcare Assistant (Level 1) to join our team, at 30 hours per week.

Experience is not necessary as full training will be given, but some knowledge of Computers, Word, Excel etc. and an interest in Healthcare  would be advantageous.

Please click the link below for more information and details on how to apply.

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Save money on NHS prescription charges

Did you know that if you pay for your prescriptions and need more than 12 prescribed medicines a year, you could save money with a prescription prepayment certificate.

You can buy a 3 month or 12 month certificate. The 12 month certificate can even be paid by Direct Debit instalments.

For more information, click below:

Prescription Pre Payment Certificate

Lincolnshire’s New Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service

From July 1st 2017, Patient Non-Emergency Transport Services are changing across Lincolnshire.

A new service for the County will be operated by TASL (Thames Ambulance Service Ltd), who aim to provide a quality, professional, experienced and friendly service with a smile!

For more information and to check whether you qualify to use the service, click below:

Patient Transport Leaflet - Lincolnshire

Why does the receptionist need to ask what’s wrong with me?

Patients sometimes wonder why receptionists need to ask what is wrong with them when they attend or phone the surgery.

Hopefully this information from The Royal college of General Practitioners will be able to answer this often debated question.

Please click below to find out more.

Why does the receptionist need to ask whats wrong with me

 

Introducing our new-look website

Our new website provides all the information you need to help you make best use of the services we offer, as well as health tips and advice on healthy living. Please bookmark it for future reference.

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.