Lambert Memorial Hospital in Thirsk has a ward under the care of two salaried GPs and provides individualised, holistic care of the highest quality to the local and wider community.

The services offered include general rehabilitation, assessment of present and future care needs, diagnostics, drug initiation and administration, pain control and palliative care. The services are not age specific.

Transforming our Communities – Public Consultation

NHS Hambleton Richmondshire and Whitby CCG is inviting the public to local consultation events to hear ideas and give feedback around the transformation of community health services.

The CCG will be sharing a set of options around community health services including those related to the Lambert Memorial Hospital and the Rutson Ward in Northallerton. These options have been prepared in light of public feedback gathered from listening events held between March and May of this year.

The three-month consultation started on Monday 4 July and will run until Friday 30 September with a number of drop-in events being held across the area. A full version of the consultation document, along with a useful summary, is available on the CCG website

Following its latest inspection of the hospital, the Care Quality Commission reported the services we provide at the Lambert are ‘good’ overall and meeting all CQC national standards.