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UPDATE (July 2021)

For the safety of yourself and other patients, we ask that you continue to wear a face mask in the waiting room and throughout your time in the building.

Please do rest assured that we have very robust systems to make sure that you will be seen in person if necessary and that by continuing to keep some control over how many patients are in the building at one time, we are striving to ensure the safety of all our patients.

Appointments can only be booked by either ringing the surgery or booking online.

For those appointments which always need to be face to face we have continued to provide this service throughout the pandemic at both Dykes Hall and Deer Park surgeries.

All GP and some nurse appointments will continue to be telephone appointments in the first instance. Where this consultation results in a patient needing to be seen in person, we have appointments every day at both sites that we can book into.

This allows us to keep patients with coronavirus symptoms completely separate.

With rising rates of infection, we cannot go back to mixing patients with possible coronavirus with those who are extremely clinically vulnerable in our waiting room. 


Welcome to Dykes Hall Medical Centre


Vision Statement

Care – Compassion – Community
At Dykes Hall Medical Centre, we strive to provide high quality accessible care for all, whilst remaining person centred.

Serving you

We pride ourselves on being a small friendly practice and aim to treat all our patients promptly, courteously and in complete confidence. Our dedicated team are here to treat those minor aliments that occur as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare services.

Both Dykes Hall Medical Centre (Hillsborough) and our Deer Park Branch Surgery (Stannington) have disabled access and on-site parking.

Both sites are attached to an independent pharmacy, with which we have a good established working relationship with.

The practice is registered to provide training to doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. All training staff are under the supervision of either one of the GP partners, or the advanced nurse practitioner.

Care Quality Commission (CQC) Inspection

As part of its ongoing comprehensive inspection programme of all GP practices in England the CQC visited Dykes Hall Medical Centre on the 22nd November 2016.

The inspectors rated the practice in accordance with their 5 key lines of enquiry and 6 main patient demographic groups.

Below is a link to the summary page for the practice, which includes a copy of the full report.

(Site updated 15/09/2021)
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