Welcome to the Friary Surgery
We are closed for staff training on Wednesday 10th April from 12:00pm. if you need to speak to a doctor during this time please telephone 0300 123 3112. If you or the patient are suffering from chest pain or breathing difficulties please dial 999.
Better Access – More routine primary care appointments
More routine primary care appointments have been made available to people living in our region. Patients registered at GP practices in Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby can pre-book a routine primary care appointment between 6:30pm and 8pm weekdays and between 8:30am and noon on Saturdays and Sundays. This is not a walk-in service – please speak to a receptionist to book your appointment.
You can order your prescription online(please ask at reception for details) or by bringing your repeat slip into reception or the dispensary. You can also take your repeat slip to your local pharmacy.
Online Patient Access
We now offer the ability to book/cancel GP appointments, order repeat prescription and view certain areas or your medical record online. Please ask at reception to register for this service. If you are already registered click here to access to Emis Patient Access
Please note that you should only order medication that is clearly printed as a repeat item on the tear off slip opposite your prescription otherwise there maybe a delay in processing. Find out more
You need to be registered to book/cancel appointments, order repeat prescriptions or view your medical record online. If you are not already registered then please contact the surgery.
Sepsis - is a rare but serious complication of an infection:
If your child has any of the following symptoms please contact the practice for advice or call 111
- Looks mottled
- Is very lethargic or difficult to wake
- Feels abnormally cold to touch
- Is breathing very fast
- Has a rash that does not fade when pressed
- Has a fit or convulsion
Acting quickly could save your child's life. For further information click here:NHS Sepsis
The NHS offers a cervical screening programme to all women from the age of 25. During cervical screening (previously known as a "smear test"), a small sample of cells is taken from the cervix and checked under a microscope for abnormalities.
See what Michelle Keegan says about having her first smear test here:
Are you a carer? - Please let reception or a clinician know.
Have you had a flu vaccine? As a carer you are also entitled to an annual health review, please book an appointment at reception.
(Site updated 13/03/2019)