Emergency & General Contact Details

Out of Hours: 0300 123 0762
(18:00 to 18:30) or 111(18:30-08:00)

Surgery: 01904 608224 (8am to 6pm)


Young People

We recognise that sometimes patients under the age of 18 might want to see a doctor or nurse, but without their parents or guardians coming with them. We understand that you might want to talk about personal or sensitive matters that you do not want other people to know about. We respect your right to confidentiality and if you ask for it to be, anything you discuss with the doctor or nurse will remain confidential.

Everyone under 18 is able to book appointments in person at the Practice and over the phone, and if you are 16 or over you can use our online service. You will be offered the chance to have a chaperone, which is someone who will come in to the appointment with you to support you. This can be a friend or family member, or we can arrange for a nurse or staff member to be your chaperone.

During your appointment, the doctor or nurse will listen to what you have to say and then decide whether you need treatment, and what treatment it should be. They will not make any judgements about why you have come to see them, and will support you.

The doctor or nurse might ask you some questions to find out if you understand the problem you have discussed, the choices of treatment available and the consequences of such treatment.

Practice News

Staff Training

Please note Elvington Medical Practice will be closed from 12:00 on Thursday 11th April for staff training. We will be opens as normal on Friday 12th April. Vocare will be covering urgent queries between 12-6pm and are contactable on 0300 123 0762.

April 2019

Please note –

The surgery will be closed due to staff training on the

31st of January

Updates to improved appointment system

On Monday 9 July 2018 we are launching our improved appointment system to ensure that all patients have access to the right health care professional at the right time, first time.

July 2017

GP earnings 2016/17

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice, the required disclosure is shown here.

May 2018

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