Station AvenueFileyNorth Yorkshire, YO14 9AETel: 01723 515666
Surgery hours - All the doctors have slightly different consultation times , however appointments are available as follows:
*Appointments are also available every Tuesday and alternate Wednesday evenings (18.30 - 20:00) for those people who work or are unable to attend our usual appointment times.
General Practices across Scarborough and Ryedale are now offering Extended Access to routine practice services, with appointments from 6.30pm to 8pm and at the weekend. Ask your reception team for details.
13:30 - 17:30
18.00 - 20.00*
*Appointments are also available every Tuesday and alternate Wednesday evening for those people who work or are unable to attend our usual appointment times.
The 24 hour number for emergencies is 01723 515881.
During normal hours (08:00 - 18:00, Monday to Friday) one of our practice team will deal with your problem.
Out of hours medical care has been commissioned by Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioned Group, working in conjunction with NHS 111. They will give advice and if necessary put you in contact with a Doctor. You may be asked to go to Scarborough Hospital to see the Doctor, or, where appropriate, a Doctor may visit.
If you require urgent medical assistance which cannot wait until the surgery re-opens please call 111. A trained advisor will direct you to the most appropriate health service or treatment for your needs close to where you are. If they feel you need urgent health care, they can make you an appointment at one of the urgent care centres in Scarborough, Bridlington or Malton.
Urgent Care Centres
The urgent care centre in Scarborough - To ensure you are seen as quickly as possible, please book an appointment by calling 111.
The urgent care centre in Malton - To ensure you are seen as quickly as possible, please book an appointment by calling 111.
The minor injuries and GP access centre in Bridlington - To ensure you are seen as quickly as possible, please book an appointment by calling 111.
All urgent care services are available on the NHS.uk website.
In a genuine medical emergency you should call 999, for example if you are having difficulty breathing, suffering from chest pains or have had a serious accident. The nearest emergency departments are located at Scarborough hospital and York hospital.
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