Monday - Friday
8:30 - 18:00

Pharmacist Team

We have a team of Pharmacists who work for the Surgery undertaking a lot of our medication reviews and queries.…

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To keep staff and patients safe, by reducing footfall in the Surgery, we would ask you to telephone us if you need to make an appointment.
Please do not come to the surgery to make an appointment.

From Monday 15 June 2020, Patients coming into our surgery will be asked to wear a face covering at all times, to help us reduce the spread of Covid-19.  

COVID-19 - for the latest updates please visit

Stay at home (self-isolate) if you have:
a. A new continuous cough
b. High temperature (of 37.8 degrees centigrade or higher)
c. a loss of, or change in, normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia).
Further information and details of how to self-isolate are available on
If you have serious symptoms or you cannot manage at home you should contact the surgery during opening hours. Outside of these hours use NHS 111 online coronavirus service that can tell you if you need medical help and advise you what to do.
(You should only call NHS 111 if you cannot get online)."

For further information on how to book a Covid test please follow this link

Millfield Surgery Supports 'Dementia Friends', Click To find Out More.

If you need help to access local services, please complete the attached 'self-assessment form', return it to the surgery and our Community Care Coordinator will be in touch.  

A Little About Millfield Surgery

We are a five 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.

Darren Dalzell
Practice Manager

Image reading contact our practice, use our online consultation.


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.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please call in to reception with your medical card and photo ID, or ask to register and the receptionist will provide you with the appropriate form. Alternatively, click here to download the form Upon registration we recommend that you make an appointment with one of the doctors if you are taking repeat medication, for a new registration review. If you are not taking any regular medication, a health check with the Health Care Assistant is recommended, so that we can meet you and establish your medical requirements.
In co-operation with EMIS, our computer system supplier, we're providing a service that enables you access to your healthcare online. This is a two stage process: You need to contact our reception team and tell them you wish to register for our online services. It's very important that only genuine patients are granted internet access. The best way we can ensure this is to issue individual patients with a personalised Registration Letter giving login and identification numbers which will safeguard your confidentiality. You cannot create an account without one. You will need to collect this in person from your practice, bringing photographic ID such as driving licence or a passport. Alternatively, we can post this to your registered address. When you have received your letter and account details, click the appropriate link to proceed with your registration. Each member of the family will need to be registered in the same manner, and all patients aged 16 and over need to request their own registration.
Please phone or call in any time between 08:30am and 6pm. Sign up for on-line services and book your appointment on-line. For further assistance, please see our leaflet "Help and Advice with Appointments".
As the practice covers a large geographical area, please try to see your doctor at the surgery. If you require a home visit please try to contact the Surgery before 10:30am to help us plan the day.

Inspection Results

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.

Your local Clinical Commissioning Group

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  or the national health service site at

VoYCCG contact details are:

West Offices, Station Rise, York YO1 6GA

Tel: 01904 555870


Hull York Medical School (HYMS)

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.

About the Medicines A-Z

Each profile broadly covers the following points for each medicine:

  • About the medicine
  • Key facts
  • Who can and can’t take the medicine
  • How and when to take it
  • Side effects
  • How to cope with side effects
  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • Cautions with other medicines
  • Common questions.

The profiles also highlight important counselling points, such as safety information, that are specific to the medicine in question, where appropriate.