A Little About Millfield Surgery
We are a four partner, dispensing Practice, providing General Medical Services to a population of 7350. Almost half this population inhabits outlying villages and farms.
We are located at the edge of the town, working from purpose built premises, looking onto community grasslands and the Hambleton Hills, with both patient and staff parking on-site.
Working in Partnership
We enjoy good working relationships, within an active Primary Health Care Team, providing General Medical Services to our local Cottage Hospital, St Monica’s, and we aim to provide a friendly and efficient service to all our patients.
We also work within a federated group of local Practices - The City & Vale GP Alliance (CAVA) exists to ensure high quality patient care and the sustainability of member practices, by developing a supportive network with other aspirational organisations.CAVA Website
To All Patients Visiting Millfield Surgery
May I take this opportunity to politely remind patients when visiting Millfield Surgery by motor vehicle to park in the designated parking bays at the Surgery Car Park. If these are all full then please use the public Car Park for Millfields Park.
City and Vale Alliance
Click the above link to see how we did in our CQC inspection.
South Hambleton and Rydale Primary Care Network (SHaR PCN)
SHaR PCN exists to ensure high quality patient care and the sustainability of member practices, by developing a supportive network with other health, social care and voluntary sector partners.
The locality served by The Millfield Surgery is in the area covered by the Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (VoYCC) which is responsible for ensuring you receive all the services you need. For details of all primary care services and information about VoYCC try their website at www.valeofyorkccg.nhs.uk or the national health service site at www.nhs.uk
VoYCCG contact details are:
West Offices, Station Rise, York YO1 6GA
Tel: 01904 555870
This practice provides training for 4th year medical students from Hull York Medical School. When making an appointment to see a doctor the receptionist may ask you if you would take part in a supervised consultation involving a medical student. A GP partner from this practice will join the consultation to review the discussion with you and the student and ensure appropriate care and treatment is provided. You may prefer not to, but your cooperation in training the Doctors of the future would be greatly appreciated. http://www.hyms.ac.uk/