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Welcome to The Eston Surgery
The Eston Surgery is proud to offer a high standard of patient- centred healthcare. We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, health screening, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations, flu vaccinations, travel clinics and well-person check-ups. (Click on clinics & services for full details)
The surgery is open Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays) from 8am to 6pm.
Clinics run at various intervals throughout the day offering flexibility to patients wishing to access medical care. We do not have set nursing clinics to allow different types of services to be offered at a time convenient to you. For patients who struggle to get to the surgery during the day time, please telephone us and ask about the STAR service, the STAR service is ran by local GPs and offers extended access for our surgery. With appointments available to book for GPs, nurse practitioners, practice nurses and HCAs.
We are a teaching practice
We are accredited to help train the doctors of the future and ask your co-operation in this process. We are a teaching practice for university medical schools, and occasionally students may sit in on consultations, this will also help the staff here to improve and maintain medical and consultation skills. You will always be asked by the receptionist if this is acceptable to you. If you feel at all uncomfortable during your consultation, please inform the clinician who can ask the student to leave. All consultations are strictly confidential.
Sometimes we will ask if the student can interview you separately, and on occasion and with your agreement we may ask if your consultation can be recorded. This would be for teaching purposes only and we certainly won’t be offended if you say no. You are entitled to refuse at any time. Confidentiality will be maintained at all times.
From 1st November, the referral process for some specialties is changing. If your GP thinks you may need to see a specialist - to ensure that you are seen by the right healthcare professional, in the right place, at the right time, South Tees CCG has introduced a process called Rapid Specialist Opinion (RSO).
A Consultant or GP who has specialist experience in a particular condition for example cardiology or dermatology will review your referral and make a specialist recommendation on what needs to happen next.
Please see our news page for more information and patient leaflet
THE LOCAL CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP HAVE ARRANGED FOR THE DOCTORS FROM THIS AREA TO ATTEND ESSENTIAL TRAINING FOR THE NHS.
THE PRACTICE WILL BE CLOSED FROM 12.30PM ON THE DAY, WE WILL RE-OPEN AT 8AM THE FOLLOWING MORNING. PATIENTS CAN TELEPHONE 111 IF THEY NEED TO SPEAK TO A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL WHILE THE SURGERY IS CLOSED.
SURGERY CLOSURE DUE TO GP TRAINING ON THE FOLLOWING DATES :-
Tuesday 14th November 2017
Tuesday 6th February 2018
The most common minor ailments seen by GPs.
Find out the most effective ways to treat things like heartburn and a blocked nose at home, and save yourself a trip to the GP surgery.
Remember: you can also get advice from your local pharmacist for lots of health issues, including when to visit your GP. And there's no need for an appointment.
How to treat 10 of the most common ailments seen by GPs at home
(Site updated 29/01/2018)