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Speech and Language Therapy service for adults with acquired disorders

Provided in the Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale Locality

The team is based in Scarborough Hospital. Services are provided for patients in Scarborough Hospital, Whitby Hospital, and Malton Hospital, and also Johnson and Waters wards in Bridlington Hospital.

We provide a high quality assessment, diagnosis and therapy service for adults with acquired disorders, who have swallowing and/or communication difficulties.

People are seen in their own homes, in nursing/residential homes, and as out patients at hospital.

Patients must have a G.P. within the locality to access services here or be an in-patient in one of the hospitals.


Contact details

Write to:

Speech and Language Therapy department

Scarborough Hospital

Woodlands Drive

Scarborough

YO12 6QL

Tel: 01723 342237,  01723 342250

E-mail:   SALT.SGH@nhs.net


The team                  

Jackie Pye - Administration

Marianne Collins - Speech and Language Therapist

Michelle Shepherd - Speech and Language Therapist

Jacinta Hornby - Specialist Speech and Language Therapist

Louise Brown - Specialist Speech and Language Therapist

Mark Poole - Speech and Language Therapy Assistant

Val Birch - Principal Speech and Language Therapist

The Speech and Language Therapists are all registered with HCPC and are members of Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.

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