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From 17 May international travel will be permitted to a limited number of countries and in some cases proof of Covid-19 vaccination will be required.

The mechanism for proving your vaccine status is through the NHS app

For those who cannot access the NHS app you can request written proof that you have received your Covid-19 vaccination by contacting the NHS on 119.
Please do not contact your GP practice.

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We'd like to thank the 1800 patients who turned out on Saturday for our 2nd dose AZ clinic at Scarborough Rugby Club. Thankfully we managed to avoid the rain and this week needed to dish out the sun cream to our outside volunteer marshalls!

We have now received our last big delivery of Astra Zeneca vaccine and will therefore be doing our last second dose clinic at the rugby club this Friday 11th. 

If you had your first AZ vaccine with us 8 weeks or more ago and haven't already been contacted about this please get in touch with the surgery to get an appointment by calling 01723 515666, choosing option 5, betweeen 9am and 5pm.

Following this we may have some small mop up clinics as and when necessary to finish off the small remaining numbers still requiring their second doses.

For those patients in the 18-39 age group who have still not had their first dose Pfizer vaccines we will be holding a vaccination clinic next week commencing 14th June. Please keep an eye on this Facebook page for an update on which date it will be held.


Please click on the link below.

Covid-19 leaflet, a guide to phase 2 of the programme


Please click on the link below to see a frequently asked question and answer sheet regarding the Covid-19 vaccination programme.


As many of you are aware, due to covid-19 pandemic, we have had to restrict access to our building and manage the majority of your concerns remotely, via telephone, text and video call. As restrictions slowly start to ease, you may now be expecting us to return to ‘normal’ – however, as you may recall at the beginning of the year, our ‘normal’ was also not ideal, with long waits for appointments and difficulty accessing your preferred clinician. As a GP practice we are keen not to return to our previous system, and are hoping to learn from the way that we have been working over the past few months.

So, like many other practices, we are going to try and keep the ‘total telephone triage’ model that we adopted at the end of March, and deal with as many of your concerns as possible on the day that you ring. This means that the receptionists will still not be able to book you an appointment directly, but will instead pass your query onto a duty team, consisting of all the clinicians who are present on that day. We will be working as a team to phone everyone back, though not at a definite time – we will try and return you call during the ‘session’ that you ring ie morning or afternoon, though we cannot be more specific. The idea is that different queries can be best dealt with by a variety of staff, so it is essential to give the receptionist enough information to allow us to judge who is best to phone you back.

If it is felt during that telephone call that a face-to-face appointment is needed, the clinician will then make arrangements with you to book this, hopefully also the same day or the next day. This way, we hope not to build up the 4 week wait that we were previously operating on.

We will also still be keeping the online system for texting and video calls as this has proved a useful system.

We are still having to work with PPE when seeing patients which takes a little longer, with the additional cleaning between appointments that is also needed, and this is another reason for triaging any face-to-face appointments, to continue to keep you and our staff as safe as possible.

And one final plea – please can you all confirm that your telephone number is up-to-date when you ring in, and keep that number active while you wait for us to call you back – we have had many episodes of being unable to contact someone who has requested a telephone call.

This system is still very new to us all, and may need flexibility and adjustments going forward, so please bear with us as we try and get it right. If you have any comments then do of course let us know.


To further protect our staff and patients the surgery would request that anyone entering the building has a face covering in place. This can be a mask or a simple covering such as a scarf.

Thank you for your co-operation.


Go online to or download the NHS Test and Trace App

Or call 119 if you have no internet access.

When you order a test, you will get information on the options available to you which might be to attending a mobile drive through testing centre, a walk through centre or having a test kit delivered to your home.

Your results should be back within 48 hours, by text, email or phone – and the message will advise you about what to do next.


If you have symptoms then EVERYONE in your household will need to self-isolate.

If you have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus you will be alerted by the “NHS Test and Trace Service” and you will be asked to begin self-isolation for up to 14 days, depending on when you last came into contact with the person who has tested positive. It’s really important to do this even if you don’t feel unwell, because it can take up to 14 days for the symptoms to develop.

Please visit for more information.



The Filey Surgery has suspended all online appointment bookings due to the Covid-19.


Take a look at our Facebook page for upcoming events, useful information and health campaigns.

We will add up-to-date information on how the surgery is working during the coronavirus and the steps we take to keep our patients safe.

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