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The Partners of Mowbray House Surgery have been in discussions with the Partners of Mayford House Surgery about the possibility of merging the two practices. The decision has now been made not to merge the practices at this time. The two practices will continue to work closely together where appropriate.

Please remember to keep us updated of any change in contact details.

Community Midwives

Telephone: 01609 763093

Our community midwife visits new parents and runs the antenatal clinics at the surgery on Tuesday afternoon. She liaises closely with the GPs, hospital consultants.

The first appointment with the midwife in a new pregnancy is arranged between 8 and 10 weeks. This is called the antenatal BOOKING appointment and can take up to an hour. Please request a Booking Appointment so that we can ensure adequate time is allocated.

Community Nurses

Telephone: 01642 713134

The district nursing service for the Hutton Rudby area is part of the Stokesley Area Team and is based at Stokesley Health Centre.

The nursing team provides nursing care for housebound patients at home or in a residential setting. They work closely with Social Services, the hospitals and other professionals.

Health Visitors

Telephone: 01642 710748

There are a team of health visitors covering this area from a base in Stokesley.

They are specialist community nurses who work with families where there are children of 5 years and under.

They offer information and support on a wide variety of health and development issues, minor ailments and parenting skills.

Appointments and advice can be obtained by telephoning the number above.

Attached Staff


Patients wishing to receive physiotherapy advice can telephone Physio Direct. A leaflet explaining the service and the telephone number is available from reception, the Nurse or GP. Following assessment of the problem by Physio Direct, advice may be given or an appointment to attend the Physiotherapy Department at the Friarage Hospital.

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