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Malton Community Hospital

Services include


Adult Community Services

From 1 May 2018 Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust took responsibility for the provision of adult community services for patients registered with Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) practices.  These include:

  • district nursing
  • physiotherapy
  • occupational therapy
  • dietetics
  • speech and language therapy
  • specialist respiratory, including pulmonary rehabilitation and home oxygen therapy
  • specialist continence
  • diabetes, including type 1 and 2 education
  • cardiac care and rehabilitation
  • heart failure specialists
  • tissue viability
  • stroke service
  • rapid response service
  • musculoskeletal physiotherapy outpatient service

Urgent Care Centre (UCC)

Malton Urgent Care Centre is open to walk-ins from 9.00am to 8.00pm.

Between 8.00pm and 9.00am you must call NHS 111 to make an appointment.

24 hour emergency departments are available at either York or Scarborough hospitals.

For more information on our Urgent Care Centres and Minor Injuries Units please click here.

Visiting times

Fitzwilliam Ward’s opening hours are 2pm to 5pm and 6pm to 8pm.


*subject to the discretion of the nurse in charge

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Contact details

Middlecave Road
Malton
YO17 7NG


T: (01653) 693041
F: (01653) 604521

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Coronavirus - useful information

The latest health information about Coronavirus can be found at www.gov.uk/coronavirus.  Information about our local services can be found on this website here.

From Monday 15 June 2020, visitors and outpatients coming into our hospitals will be asked to wear a face covering at all times, to help us reduce the spread of Covid-19.  A face covering can be as simple as a scarf or bandana that ties behind the head.  It should cover your mouth and nose while allowing you to breathe comfortably.  For more information click here.

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