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Ayton and Snainton Medical Practice


Following consultation with Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group we will now be closing Snainton surgery every Friday afternoon from 1.00pm.


Dr Day and nursing staff will continue to hold clinics on Friday afternoons and these will be held at West Ayton Surgery. Please let reception know if you wish to book an appointment.


The first day of closing will be Friday 18th May 2018 at 1.00pm.



Protected Time for Learning


The Practice is supported by NHS Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group to provide and facilitate important training and learning events for GPs and practice staff to help them keep up to date with relevant information and continue to deliver the services at the practice.


The practice will be closed from 12.30 p.m. on Tuesday 4th September 2018.


Then the practice is closed, there will be an On-Call GP service running.  In cases of medically urgent problems, please phone the practice for instructions on how to contact the On-Call GP service.  Thank you.

When We Are Closed

The practice will be closed on the afternoon of Tuesday 4th September 2018 for Doctor and Staff Training. Please ensure you order/collect your medication within plenty of time.

If it is an emergency ring 999, if not please ring 111. You should use the NHS 111 service if you urgently need medical help or advice but it's not a life-threatening situation.

NHS 111

NHS 111 is a new telephone service for people in Yorkshire and the Humber to call if they need medical help fast but are not in a life-threatening situation.

The easy-to-remember, free-to-call number is being introduced across England to help reduce the pressure on A&E departments and the 999 service. Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a week, the service is for people who aren’t sure if they need to go to A&E, don’t have a GP to call or generally need reassurance and advice.

On dialing 111 a team of fully-trained advisers and experienced nurses will assess your condition and direct you to the local service that can help you best, when you need it. There are now only three numbers you need to know: your GP surgery, 111 for urgent healthcare advice and 999 for life-threatening emergencies. For more information on 111 visit www.nhs.uk/111.

 
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