About Us

Welcome

We are a doctors’ surgery located in the market town of Pickering on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors.

We have surgeries on two sites. Our main surgery is at Southgate, Pickering YO18 8BL. We have Stonedale Surgery at Whitbygate, Thornton-le-Dale YO18 7RY, which is a branch surgery. There is disabled access at both sites and a car park at the Southgate surgery. Find out more about us by clicking the links at the top of the page.

If you are new to the area or visiting and would like to register with us, you will find information on how to do this under New Patients reached from our Patient Services link at the top of the page.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide high quality, safe care for our patients whilst maintaining traditional values of Family Medicine

Primary Care Network

Pickering Medical Practice is part of the South Hambleton and Ryedale Primary Care Network (SHaR PCN). This is a partnership of local surgeries who work together to improve health and care services and provide services closer to home for our patients. SHaR PCN looks after a population of 34,967 people, and is led by Dr Paula Evans, Clinical Director and she is supported by GP Leads.

The other surgeries in the PCN are:

Veteran Friendly

Pickering Medical Practice has been accredited as an armed forces veteran friendly GP practice.

If you are a veteran please let a member of the practice team know so that we can ensure that you are getting the best possible care.

Please see the NHS choices link below for more information on services available to veterans (opens in new tab).

https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/military-healthcare/

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Recent NHS Guidance on the use of Facemasks

When you visit the Surgery you are no longer routinely required to wear a face mask unless it is your preference. HOWEVER if you have respiratory symptoms, or any symptoms which you think could be covid, please wear a face mask as you would have previously.
 
Staff are also not required to routinely wear a face mask unless it is their preference. However, if they are working with untriaged patients attending with respiratory symptoms, or any symptoms that could be Covid, they will wear a mask and PPE as previously.
 
This guidance will be reviewed and adjusted if there is a rise in covid cases.
 

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