May Bank Holidays

Over the Bank Holiday Weekend the Surgery will be closed from Friday 24th May and will reopen on Tuesday 28th May. If you need medical help during these times please ring 111 -trained health professionals can advise where to go for the best treatment. If it is something less serious like a cough, cold or rash please […]

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We had 101 appointments which were not attended in April

Each of these appointments could have been used to help another patient if they had been cancelled in advance. Please let us know if you cannot attend your appointment. We can send you a reminder by text the day before your appointment, if you do not receive these and would like to please contact reception.

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Evening surgeries and Saturday clinics

We offer one evening surgery each week. This  provides pre-booked appointments between 6.30 and 8.30 for patients who are unable to attend during daytime surgery. Pre-bookable appointments are available in Thirsk Health Centre or the Lambert Medical Centre on Saturday mornings from 08.30 – 12 noon. (more…)

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Mental Health Awareness Week 13-19 May

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week – and what better time to show your support for better mental health. Mental health problems can affect anyone, any day of the year but this week is a great time to have a chat with a friend, family member or colleague and have think about your own wellbeing too. […]

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Minor Injuries Services are changing

From the 1st of April all Minor Injuries will need to be seen at the Friarage Urgent Treatment Centre. We will no longer offer the Minor Injury Service at the surgery. There have been changes to the Urgent Treatment Centre, formerly A&E, at the Friarage. Please see this link from South Tees Hospitals for more information.

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March is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men and it is thought that here in the UK around 36,000 are diagnosed with this terrible disease each year. By raising awareness we can help more people to get diagnosed earlier, so get involved! If you would like to get involved or make a donation, visit the […]

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February is Heart Month!

February is National Heart Month.  There are about 2.6 million people in the UK living with Coronary Heart Disease (CHD).  Every single one of us has a heart which means every one of us is at potential risk. Understanding heart conditions isn’t an easy task – there are lots of different types and knowing how […]

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