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Welcome to Scott Road Medical Centre

Thursday Closure

From Thursday 1st October we are planning to close the surgery on Thursday lunchtimes from 12pm to 2pm to allow protected time for staff training and development. This will mean that between these hours all phones lines will be transferred to the out of hours service and there will be no access to the surgery, however this will not affect the availability of GP appointments.

Our success as a practice in providing a quality service largely depends on the knowledge, skills and attitude of our team. We are therefore committed to the education, training and development of our staff, both clinical and non-clinical. Our aim with the lunchtime closure is ultimately to provide a better service to our patients, through greater training of our team. We hope you will support this change as we work towards this aim.

Meningococcal W (Men W)

Cases of meningitis caused by the meningococcal W (Men W) bacteria are increasing in the UK

Teenagers and young adults have a higher risk of developing meningococcal disease.

If you are aged 13-18 years you will be offered the Men ACWY vaccine in school, or invited to attend the surgery

Even if you have already had the meningitis C vaccine you should still have the Men ACWY vaccine.

If you are starting University in 2015 please contact the surgery to make an appointment to have the Men ACWY vaccine.

If you have any questions please contact the Nurse team.

Appointment System

We have recently introduced a change to our appointment system with appointments now being released up to 14 days in advance for pre-booking. We have also incorporated appointments on our website, which are accessible to patients who have opted in for online services. If you wish to register for this service, please ask at reception desk for details.

In all instances, appointments will automatically be released by our computerised programme on pre-set dates. The receptionist is unable to unblock these embargoed (blocked) appointments until the release date.

Upon request, the receptionist will advise you of our appointment availability and you may be asked to phone back or call in on an alternative day when the appointments will be unblocked & released for booking in advance.  

If the GP requires you to have a follow up appointment on a date where availability is blocked, then the GP can authorise the early release/unblocking of an appointment. This can only be made by express permission of your GP and it must be made in writing (following our Practice Protocol). Your GP will give you a form to hand in at reception, authorising the unblocking of an appointment for you.

This appointment restructure has been introduced to try to meet ever increasing demand; to hopefully make the appointment rota more efficient; to reduce DNAs from appointments being booked too far in advance, and to provide our patients with an improved appointment service with a more acceptable lead-time. It will be monitored & audited over the next few months and any appropriate/positive adjustments will be evaluated prior to implementation.

General

Did you know that you can use this website to order prescriptions and book/cancel appointments with Doctors? To obtain your username and password please call into Reception with some photo ID, or ask the GP or nurse during your appointment.

We are a modern and friendly NHS General Practice in Selby, North Yorkshire. We have been established for over 25 years.

We provide a full range of NHS GP services from one site and set ourselves high standards in terms of quality of care. We are very keen on working with patients to try to prevent ill health as well as looking after people with illness or disability. Our team of doctors, nurses, district nurses, midwives, counsellors, mental health workers, receptionists, administrative staff and managers all work hard together from our one site to ensure you have the best possible clinical care. We also have an active patient participation group which help us to shape both current and new services.

We are a teaching practice for the Hull York Medical School and are committed to helping the teaching and training of the medical staff of the future.

Cancel an appointment by email

You can now send an email to cancel an appointment you no longer need. Click here to read more about this

Statement of Intent

You can read our Statement of Intent for IT developments by selecting the menu option on the right of this page.

Serving You

Our dedicated team are here to treat those minor ailments that occur as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues. The technology also means you can now do a lot of things from the comfort of your home such as order a repeat prescription or cancel an appointment.

Our routine GP appointments can be booked online and repeat prescriptions can be ordered online through this website. We offer both pre-bookable appointments with doctors and nurses and a “same day” service for issues that are urgent. Our earliest appointment availability with a doctor or nurse is 7.15am and latest 7.45 pm (certain weekdays only) and every other Saturday we offer morning appointments.

Partners in Care

Once registered, patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided. This partnership philosophy extends even further and our active patient group exists to make sure that patient needs and the practice offering are always heading in the same direction.

Convenience

We are conveniently situated in the centre of Selby beside a pharmacy and a children’s playground. We are within easy walking distance of a large supermarket as well as local shops, and offer ample free car parking, secure cycle parking and space for buggies at the surgery. All our consulting rooms are easily accessible on the ground floor.

We have three waiting areas: the main one for patients waiting to see a doctor, one for those seeing a nurse and a third for patients wanting to see the "Same day care" GP or nurse.

We have an appropriate number of toilets, 2 of which are adapted for those with disabilities, and baby changing facilities.

We are currently registering new patients, and if you are not already one of our patients we would be delighted to welcome you to our practice.

We are confident that our website will provide clear and concise help and give our patients the information they require in an easy and convenient format. It has been designed with the patient’s needs at the forefront of everything, from checking surgery times to letting us know what you think of us.

If you need to install Firefox to use our Online Services you can do that by clicking here then click Run.

(Site updated 18/08/2015)
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