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When We Are Closed

Scarborough & Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group are responsible for the provision of out of hours care. Should you require medical attention out of normal surgery hours, telephone the surgery number and your call will be automatically transferred to the chosen out of hour’s provider.

NHS 111

If you require urgent medical assistance which cannot wait until the surgery re-opens please call 1-1-1. 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 or Malton. The person you speak to at NHS 111 is not employed by this surgery and your doctor is not responsible for the appropriateness or accuracy of the advice you may be given.

Telephone: 111 or visit for further information.


Yorkshire Doctors Urgent Care Centre

The urgent care centre in Scarborough is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. To ensure you are seen as quickly as possible, please book an appointment by calling 1-1-1.


The urgent care centre in Malton is open from 9am - 8pm, 365 days a year for patients attending without a pre-booked appointment via 111. Outside these times, you can still call 1-1-1 to arrange for someone at the Centre to see you during the night.


Emergency Department (A&E)

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.

Choose the right care, first time with our online guide to NHS services or download our leaflet.



In a genuine emergency you should call 999.

Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.




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