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Welcome to Dykes Hall Medical Centre


Dykes Hall Medical Centre

Deer Park Surgery

Dykes Hall Medical Centre consists of our main site on Dykes Hall Road, Hillsborough and our branch site at Stannington. Both buildings have been purpose built, Dykes Hall in 1985 and Deer Park in 1991. Dykes Hall has since undergone two building extensions to provide better services and facilities for both staff and patients.  


Both sites have car parks, Dykes Hall’s car park is to the rear of the surgery, whereas Deer Parks car park is next to the surgery. Both sites are also accessible by local bus services, with nearby bus stops.  We have facilities for disabled patients. If you require assistance, please ask - we would like to help.


Our team includes seven GP’s, three practice nurses, two healthcare assistants as well as a Practice manager, administration team and reception staff.


We pride ourselves on being a small friendly practice and aim to treat all our patients promptly, courteously and in complete confidence. We feel it is important you know whom you are speaking to, so our staff wear a name badge and will identify themselves on the telephone.


The practice provides a comprehensive range of primary care services within normal surgery times. These include Cervical Screening, Holiday and routine Immunisations, chronic disease management (diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, vascular and heart disease), blood tests, urine testing, and pregnancy and a counselling service and many more.


We are supported by a community health team, which includes district nurses, midwifes, health visitor’s and community pharmacists. These treat patients at local clinics as well as in the home.


Both sites have an independent pharmacy next door, who’s opening times match the surgeries, for patient’s convenience.

(Site updated 17/10/2016)
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