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Please note, recalls for all our patients with long term conditions have been adjusted to fall within your birthday month. This is to help you remember when to come in, and it will also assist our staff, as they will know at a glance if your review is nearly due.

Castle Health Centre

3-4 York Place, Scarborough, YO11 2NP 

Nurse-led walk-in service available for registered and non-registered patients 9 am to 5 pm Monday - Sunday

          GP appointments available for registered patients      8 am - 6.30 pm Monday - Friday

Closed Bank Holidays

You can register with us or remain registered with your own doctor and use the nurse-led walk-in service for minor illness or minor injuries.

All our staff are dedicated to offering a friendly professional service.

Please have a look around our website and send us some feedback if you wish.  Your ideas can help us improve and further develop the content of this site.


The Future of Castle Health Centre

Please read the the media release below from Scarborough & Ryedale CCG regarding the confirmed interim arrangements for the walk-in service at Castle Health Centre.

SRCGG Media Release dated 17 September 2014



Online Services

If you're a registered patient with us, why not register for our online services, this will allow you to:-

  • Book and cancel appointments with the doctor, treatment room nurse and in the bloods/ INR clinics
  • Order repeat prescriptions

To register, please contact reception who will give you a user name and password, once you have these, you can log-in by clicking here.

Please note that appointments for other practitioners will still need booking via reception.

Systmonline App

You can also access the above services on your smartphone - search your app store for the Systmonline app.






















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