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The National Health Service is turning 70 on 5th July 2018.  It's the perfect opportunity to celebrate the achievements of one of the nation's most loved institutions, to appreciate the vital role the service plays in our lives, and to recognise and thank the extraordinary NHS staff - the everyday heroes - who are there to guide, support and care for us, day in, day out. 

For more information please click on the link to 'latest news' on the right hand side of this page.


Latest News

Topcliffe Surgery Annual Patient Survey 2018

We are running our annual patient survey from Monday 25th June to Friday 29th June 2018 and would very much value your opinion and input to our questionnaire.


Please see below a copy of our questionnaire. Please print off and complete the questionnaire before returning it to the surgery by Monday 2nd July by hand or post.

Alternatively, please call in to the surgery for a copy of the survey.  All responses will be processed anonymously.  Thank you for your support.

Topcliffe Surgery Patient Survey 2018

NHS70 - 70 years of the NHS


General data protection regulation (GDPR)

For more information on the GDPR please see our Policies section from the drop down tabs on the home page.


Helping people take care of themselves.  Find out more about this by clicking on the link below:

What is Self Care?


The theme for the Cervical Cancer Prevention Week 2018 is “Reduce your risk”

Cervical cancer can be prevented. With your help we can ensure every woman knows how they can reduce their risk of the disease and the steps they can take to look after their health.

2 Women lose their lives to the disease every day

9 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer every day

75% of cervical cancers can be prevented by cervical screening (smear tests)


Attending cervical screening when invited

Knowing the symptoms of cervical cancer and seeking medical advice if experiencing any

Taking up the HPV vaccination if aged 11-18

Talking to friends and family to ensure they know how they can reduce their risk

Knowing where to find support and further information

Saturday morning appointments

Patients registered at Topcliffe Surgery are now able to pre-book  a routine appointment between 8.30am and 12 noon on Saturday as part of the Heartbeat Alliance Better Access Service.

The venue for this service is: The Doctors Surgery, Chapel Street, Thirsk YO7 1LG.

Appointments are available with a physiotherapist, pharmacist and GP although please note that not all clinicians will be available every Saturday.

In order to be seen by a health professional in the Better Access Service, patients must provide consent to enable access to their Topcliffe Surgery medical record before consultation.

To book an appointment or to find out more about eligibility for this service, please contact Topcliffe Surgery reception on 01845 577297.  A receptionist will be able to give advice including which clinicians are available on which dates.

Heartbeat Alliance is a federation of GP practices in the Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby area.


Thank you to everyone who took the time to take part in our survey.  To view the results of the 2017 Topcliffe Surgery Patient Survey please click on 'Survey Report' under 'Have your say' on the right hand side of this page.

For our latest newsletter please click here:

Topcliffe Surgery newsletter Spring 2018

Topcliffe Surgery newsletter Autumn 2017

Topcliffe Surgery newsletter summer 2017

Patient Summary Care Record (SCR)

The surgery went live with the upload of patient SCR data on 12 November 2014.

The SCR contains only key demographic information about you and the medicines you are taking, allergies suffered from and any adverse reactions to medicines that you have had in the past.  It is not a full upload of your GP medical record.

The SCR means that the summary information will be available to authorised healthcare professionals in places like Accident and Emergency Departments and GP Out of Hours services. Healthcare professionals will ask your permission before they look at your record.

You are able to "opt-out" of the SCR by completing and returning a form which is available here SCR_Opt_out_Form.pdf or from reception.  You are free to change your mind at any time by informing us.  Children under the age of 16 will automatically have a SCR created for them unless their parent or guardian chooses to opt them out by completing the form.

If you have not completed an "opt-out" form then your SCR will have been uploaded and will be kept up to date going forward.

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