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Dr Julian Cooper will be taking a 12 month sabbatical with effect from 1 September 2016. During his absence his patient workload will be managed by Dr Lauren Whittaker who recently completed her GP training with us


Coils and Implants

Please click HERE for information concerning the withdrawal of our service for fitting and removing all forms of coils and implants


Are you feeling stressed, anxious or burnt-out? Do you sometimes find things hard to deal with? Follow this link to find some help.


PHYSIO DIRECT - is a telephone service allowing you to speak directly to a physiotherapist. They provide advice and help for adults with back/neck/joint problems or following injuries.  They may provide you with tailor-made exercises. If these do not help,  you will be invited for a 1-2-1 assessment at York Street Surgery. You do not need a GP referral to access this service. Click HERE for more.



York Street Medical Practice

has vacancies for someone looking to use their administration and customer service skills.


We need  

Patient Care-Co-ordinators  

to assist with all aspects of reception and administrative duties for this busy GP Surgery

Ideally you will have a good IT skills and knowledge of MS Office.  

Previous experience of dealing with the public is essential. If this has been in a GP practice or NHS setting, so much the better. Full training will be given. 

We are looking for people to work either full or part time up to 35 Hours per week. Shift times will vary within the hours of 7.45 am and 6.45pm. Salary will be £8.30 to £8.45 per hour depending on experience. 

For further information about the surgery and these vacancies please see our website 

or telephone Barbara Caldwell on 01223 364116 

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter by email to



Closing date for applications 8 July 2016




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