This is a rural dispensing Practice of approximately 7100 patients. The Practice area covers 70 square kilometres to the south we cover the villages of Ellerton, East Cottingworth, Seaton Ross and Laytham, and to the west it covers up to the A19 and east of the river Ouse; the Northern boundary includes the villages through Dunnington,Wilberfoss and Bielby.
This practice is based in the western suburb of Acomb, with a branch surgery in Copmanthorpe and covers a number of neighbouring villages providing health care for 4,500 patients. The main surgery is at Front Street in purpose built premises completed in November 2001.
This is another large practice with a list size of 33,000 patients, working from four separate premises, although the GP Registrar only works from two. The practice covers a mixture of urban and rural areas, encompassing an area of over 80 square miles. A small part of the Practice is dispensing. The main centre is the Haxby Health Centre, which houses a large compliment of ancillary and attached staff.
Jorvik Medical Practice was established in 1947, and over the years has seen much change with regard to staff and geographic location of surgeries. For many years one of the surgeries was on Peckitt Street a stone's throw from the River Ouse. The practice regularly flooded and patients were to be seen wearing their wellingtons. This was the first practice in North Yorkshire to implement an appointment system and employ a practice nurse.