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Outpatient departments at Scarborough and Bridlington

The outpatient departments at Scarborough and Bridlington provide a comprehensive service for patients attending appointments across a wide range of specialities. The majority of the consultants who deliver the service are based at Scarborough, but there are consultants who visit the department for their clinics from York and Hull.

Supporting the medical teams are a nursing team of sister's, staff nurses and healthcare assistants. These staff will support patients and their relatives throughout their consultation and endeavour to ensure they have a successful experience.

The outpatient service is also supported by a team of specialist nurses, allied healthcare professionals and an administration team.Our focus is on delivering high patient satisfaction through quality care. Meeting
national targets to enhance our reputation and demonstrate the achievement of the department.

Where to find us

The outpatient department at Scarborough is located on the ground floor in the South Wing of the hospital, past the main entrance, first department on the right.
The outpatient department at Bridlington is located on the ground floor of the hospital through the main entrance, first corridor on the right at the bottom.

Meet the team

Matron: Tracey Wright
Senior sister: Suzanne Meek
Junior sister (Scarborough): Alexandra Bailey
Junior sister (Bridlington): Catheryn Tomlin

Access guide

Scarborough Hospital


Looking down a long bright hospital corridor with treatment rooms on the left and windows on the right. At the bottom of the corridor is one member of staff in a blue nursing uniform

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