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Welcome to The Village Medical Centre Website


The Practice was established by Dr McCabe  at 316 Linthorpe Road in the early 1940's.  he was later joined by Dr Boyes and then Dr Bowles in 1956.  Dr O'Neill joined the practice in 1957 as Dr McCabe retired.  In 1974 the practice moved to new Health Centre premises above the newly built Cleveland Centre.  It remained there until 1993 when it returned to its' Linthorpe Road roots, in the Linthorpe Village area of Middlesbrough.  Here, we enjoy spacious and pleasant accommodation over three floors.  

contact your doctors online and get a response by the end of the next working day

contact your doctors online and get a response by the end of the next working day

a href="https://villagemedicalmiddlesborough.webgp.com" target="_blank" >We are now a large, dynamic Practice with 1 GP partner, 1 Management Partner, 4 salaried GPs and around 8,500 patients.

Our aim is to promote good health and provide comprehensive and high quality primary care in a friendly environment.

Extended Access To A GP

South Tees Access And Response (STAR) Scheme

South Tees Access And Response (STAR) scheme has been set up by local practices to improve access to GP services outside of core hours.

The service is provided from 4 hubs, 2 in Middlesbrough - Bluebell Medical Centre in Acklam and Hirsel Medical Practice in North Ormesby, and 2 in Redcar and East Cleveland - Redcar Primary Care Hospital and East Cleveland Hospital in Brotton.

The 4 hubs extend opening times for patients from 6.00pm to 9.30pm Monday to Friday and from 8.00am until 9.30pm on weekends and Bank Holidays.

The service is available to all patients registered with a GP practice across Middlesbrough, Redcar and East Cleveland.  If you need to access an appointment please call NHS 111 (Dial 111).

To learn more about STAR and how to access a GP when the surgery is closed please click on the following link:



(Site updated 27/07/2021)
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