This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.


To view our latest newsletter click here

The next Patient Participation Group Meeting will be at Leven on Thursday 2nd May 2019 1pm




For information on the recent news regarding patients who may have been missed from a breast screening invite, please CLICK HERE


We have now raised a massive £5800 for the Dr Sykes Memorial Fund.

Thank you to everyone who has donated so far.



Thank you to everyone who donated, helped and baked at our Coffee & Cake day on 6th September.  We raised an incredible £1133 towards the defibrillators in memory of Dr Sykes.


It is with extreme sadness that we announce the unexpected death of our partner, colleague and friend Dr Alan Sykes

We would appreciate your understanding at this very sad time


Do you have a cold, damp home which makes your health condition worse? (Or know someone who does).  The Healthy Homes Project is being run by Humber & Wolds Rural Community Council, supported by British Gas Energy Trust and aims to help residents in rural communities.  To areas covered are: Flamborough, Ulrome, Skipsea, Bewholme, Dunnington, Atwick, Seaton, Sigglesthorne, South Hornsea, Rolston, Great Corden, Mappleton, Aldbrough, Flinton, Burton Constable, Sproatley & Marton.  For more information contact Peter Hirschfield on 01652 637700 or email


Well done to the ladies working in the Pharmacy who have raised a massive £1182.00 for Cancer Research UK doing the Pretty Mudder event in York on 25th June.


Thank you to all of our patients who have donated to the Dove House collection box at Beeford. We have raised £13.80.





We now accept debit and credit card payments at the Beeford surgery


Thank you to all of our patients who have donated to the Dove House collection boxes.  We have raised £7.91at Leven surgery and £22.84 in the pharmacy.






We would really appreciate it if you could give our practice some feedback and let us know whether you would recommend us to your family and friends.  This can be done by clicking on the link on our website or by picking up a questionnaire the next time you are in the surgery.

Thank You.



If you would like to share with us your views and ideas about our pratice then we would love to hear from you.

We are looking for patients to join our group and come to our meetings / take part in online surveys.  If you would like to join - click on the link on the far right of the page “Have Your Say” and then click “Patient Group”.  Alternatively speak to a Receptionist the next time you are in.

Your suggestions and thoughts are important to us. Sign up today.

We look forward to hearing from you.






 DID YOU KNOW.................

 You can have an interpreter if you need one


If you would like a chaperone when you attend the surgery please advise the receptionist when you attend for your appointment.


Wondering where to go for advice / information?  We now have a 'SIGNPOSTING CHAMPION' who will be able to direct you appropriately.  Ask at Reception or telephone the practice and ask for Andrea.  The service is available between 9.00am - 2.00pm Monday to Friday.



Leven Memory Cafe

Leven Memory Cafe which takes place at the Sports Hall on the 1st Wednesday of every month between 1-3pm is now an activity group for people with dementia and their carers




We welcome interest from both clinicians and administrative staff who would like to work in our practice.  We pride ourselves in providing excellent patient care and are interested to hear from people with skills and qualities that can deliver to our high standards. Please contact our Business Manager with a CV on or drop one into the surgery.


Dr Mary K J Sowerby (f)

Newcastle 1991 M.B. B.S

Dr Jaap Vermeijden

Amsterdam 1990 M.B. B.S.

Dr Richard D Chapman (m)

Edinburgh 1998 M.B. Ch.B

Dr Maria McDiarmid (f)

Manchester 1990 M.B. Ch.B.

Dr Satpaul Ubhi (m)

Sheffield 1990 M.B. Ch.B

Dr Joshua D Cooper (m)

Hull and York M.B. B.S 2009 

Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website