Community Services

District Nurses

The District Nursing Team provides skilled nursing care, advice and support to patients, their families and carers, at home. They work as part of a multi-disciplinary team based at the surgery, integrating with our health visitor and practice nurse to provide a seamless service for our patients.

Contact telephone numbers for the District Nurse team

Routine enquiries: 01423 781191 (08.30-16.30/17.00)

Emergencies: 01765 602546 (08.30-17.00)

Out of hours: 0788 0557 560 evenings from 17.00 and weekends

Children’s Public Health Nursing Team

The Health Visiting and School Nursing Team is available to help and give advice to 0-19 year olds and their families and contact details can be obtained from each surgery.


Our Midwife is based at Feastfield Medical Centre but holds a weekly ante-natal clinic at The Spring Gables Surgeryon Monday afternoons and at Feastfield Medical Centre on Tuesday mornings by appointment. She is available to give advice on pre-conceptual care, ante-natal screening and place of delivery.

* Please note to make yout initial appoinment with the Midwife you will need to self refer using the Maternity Self-Referral Form which can be found at the Maternity Unit Web Pages, on the Harrogate District Hospital website or you can click here. Alternatively if you do not have internet access you can call the Ante-Natal Clinic on 01423 553177/553010.

Minor Injuries Units

If we have a suitable appointment available, we are happy to assess and treat minor injuries here at the practice, (8am - 6pm) including burns and lacerations etc. If in any doubt please telephone the surgery for advice.

Minor Injuries Units (MIUs) can also deal with many minor injuries such as sprains, cuts and grazes.

You do not need an appointment to visit a minor injuries unit. These are specialist unit’s run by a team of highly qualified registered Urgent Care Practitioners who are trained to treat a wide variety of problems including:

  • cuts and grazes,
  • sprains and strains,
  • broken bones (fractures),
  • bites and stings (including human bites),
  • infected wounds,
  • minor head injuries,
  • eye problems, such as minor eye infections, scratches or something that is stuck in your eye

If your injury is not serious it is usually better to go to a Minor Injury Unit (MIU) if there is one nearby or visit your nearest Pharmacist.

Nearest Walk-in-Centres are Harrogate District Hospital (always open) and Ripon Minor Injuries Unit

Ripon Community Hospital, Firby Lane, Ripon, HG4 2PR

Ripon Hospital Minor Injuries Unit Opening hours:

The normal opening times are 8.00am to 7.00pm daily. However, due to sickness they currently operating reduced opening times 8.00am to 7.00pm daily

X-Ray for new injuries ( except chest,pelvis or head):

Monday-Friday (08.30 - 11.50am & 1pm to 4.30pm) excluding weekends and Bank Holidays

When Minor Units are closed, please contact the Out of Hours GP Services on 111 or visit your local Emergency Department (A&E)

Smoking Cessation

North Yorkshire County Council offer a free smoking cessation service. You can contact them on 01609 797272 or alternatively email them at

For further information please visit:

You can also visit your local pharmacy for smoking cessation advice.