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Welcome to Brook Square Surgery

Brook Square Surgery aims to provide a comprehensive, personal and professional service within an accessible, modern and comfortable environment at all times. 

The surgery has excellent access facilities. 

Consulting rooms are available on ground and first floors –and there is a lift for patients requiring access to clinical areas.

We are taking on new patients - please tell your family and friends they can register with Brook Square Surgery! To register click here


This is a group education and tailored exercise programme for people with chronic joint pain or osteoarthritis.

The programme runs twice weekly for 6 weeks

Carry out normal activities

Manage your symptoms

Become more active

Continue to exercise


Classes are run in Scarborough and Malton areas.

You can self-refer by wufoo form:

 or telephone 01423 226303 to arrange a location to suit you in Scarborough and Ryedale


Friends and Family Test

Our Friends and Family Test is now available both in the Surgery and online for our patients to complete. This gives you an opportunity to give anonymous feedback on the Surgery. Please click on the link to the right to complete the online survey.

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