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The Chestnuts Surgery provides a high standard of patient-centred care to the residents of Cottingham and the surrounding area. We aim to treat all of our patients promptly and with dignity and respect.

Our dedicated team are here to treat minor ailments and provide specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues. Online services mean you can now do many things from the comfort of your home, such as order a repeat prescription or cancel an appointment.

If you would like to register with us, please complete our registration form and new patient questionnaire which you can collect from our Reception staff.

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Welcome to our new GPs!

Dr Joanne Reeve

Joanne graduated from Liverpool Medical School in 1997. She had worked as a GP in Liverpool and came to Hull in 2017. She is also an academic GP and leads the new "Academy of Primary Care Research" at Hull York Medical School. Welcome, Joanne!

Dr Augustine Eze

Dr Augustine Eze - M.B.B.S, MRCGP. Attended the University of Nigeria which is located in the southeastern part of the country. I graduated In 2010 and moved to UK in 2014. I first started a post in General surgery but moved to Hull in 2015 to start GP training which I  completed in 2018. I am currently looking at pursuing a diploma in rheumatology.

We have new members to the team!


Try the new NHS app

If you are a patient at our practice you can now use the NHS app, a simple and secure way  to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet.

You can use the NHS app to check your symptoms to book appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view your GP medical records and more. Go to for more information

The Chestnuts Surgery was recently visited by the CQC inspection team and received an overall "good" rating.

For a full report please click here :

For advice and assistance in this time, please contact 111 or in event of a medical emergency please contact 999

(Site updated 12/06/2019)
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