Communicate securely and safely online with the practice about non-emergency medical conditions or ask questions about yourself or on behalf of someone you care for.

If you are on long-term medication you can order repeat prescriptions.
Find information on how test results will be shared with you.

Find information on how to register with us if you live within our practice area.

Here you can find information on all the different ways that you can cancel your appointment.

Here you can find information on ways to contact our practices.

We welcome compliments, comments and complaints that help us improve our service to you.

Read NHS advice about your health situation and what to do next.

Here you can find all the information you need to help live a more healthy and active life.

Let us know about your experience during your appointment with our Friends and Family Test.

Welcome to your GP Practice website


At King Street Medical Centre, we deliver exceptional, patient-focused healthcare to Cottingham and its neighbouring areas. Our commitment is to promptly and respectfully attend to all patients, ensuring dignity in every interaction.

Our devoted team specialises in addressing minor ailments and managing long-term conditions through a variety of healthcare clinics. With our convenient online services, you can effortlessly handle tasks like ordering repeat prescriptions or cancelling appointments from the comfort of your home.


Opening Times


The GP Practice is open Monday to Friday between 8am and 6pm. Telephone: 01482 692333

If you find yourself in need of medical support outside of our opening hours, we recommend reaching out to NHS 111 who are available 24/7 to provide expert advice, direct you to the appropriate services and address any urgent medical concerns. You can reach them by simply dialling 111. In the case of a medical emergency, please call 999 immediately.


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Important Notices


Zero Tolerance


We have a zero tolerance approach to aggression, abuse, violence and anti-social behaviour towards our staff. Any actions or language that cause distress or constitute harassment, whether online, over the phone, or in person, will not be accepted.

Discriminatory, threatening, violent, or verbally abusive behaviour towards our staff, other patients, or our premises is unacceptable. This includes shouting, swearing, and making homophobic, racist, or other offensive remarks.

In such cases, we will take appropriate action, which may involve contacting the police and removing the patient from our practice list. We also reserve the right to remove any patient who posts abusive or defamatory comments on social media. Click here to read our other practice policies.


Practice Closures


The practice will be closing on the following dates and times, to ensure protected time for learning events.  There will be a 12pm practice closure, with a re-opening time at 8am the following working day. 

The dates below allow  GPs, nurses and practice teams to attend a half-day training session called Protected Time for Learning (PTL). This helps them stay up-to-date with service developments, update their skills and take part in essential training, all of which help improve care for our patients.

  • Afternoon of Thursday 23rd May 2024
  • Afternoon of Wednesday 19th June 2024
  • Afternoon of Thursday 17th October 2024
  • Afternoon of Tuesday 19th November 2024
  • Afternoon of Thursday 13th March 2025

Check Your Symptoms


NHS services across the North East & Yorkshire region are experiencing extremely high demand at the moment – this includes GP practices and the 111 service which are both extremely busy

  • If you need advice for a minor/mild illness or injury, in the first instance, please either contact your local pharmacy for help or look at the self-care advice that’s available online from the NHS at nhs.uk
  • If you want to check your symptoms, there is an on-line symptom checker available at 111.nhs.uk, which will re-direct you to a health professional if you need to be consulted by someone.

Meet and Greet Volunteer Role


Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Volunteers provide essential support to all Trust services, both clinical and non-clinical in multiple roles, focusing on Prevention, Recovery and Wellbeing. The Trust recognises and values the unique contribution volunteers make towards improving the patient experience and complementing the services provided by the trust.

Meet and Greet volunteers are responsible for welcoming visitors/patients to the Clinic, ensuring a covid safe check-in is completed, and helping to direct people to/from the waiting area.

For more information or to apply, click here.

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Practice information

Opening times


Monday - Friday: 8am - 6pm

Weekends / Bank Holidays: CLOSED


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Location


King Street Medical Centre
168 King Street
Cottingham
HU16 5QJ