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Welcome to Queens Park Medical Centre

Queens Park Medical Centre is a purpose built surgery providing suitable access including a lift. We have also had a Loop System fitted for patients who wear hearing aids. The surgery has a no-smoking policy.

We function as a team consisting of Doctors, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Practice Nurses, Health Care Assistants, Receptionists, Secretaries, Computer Operators, Domestics, Practice Pharmacist and a Practice Manager.

All patients are allocated to a particular doctor and whenever possible this is the doctor you will see should you require medical attention.

Queens Park Medical Centre welcomes enquiries from anyone living in the Practice area wanting to register with our practice. If you would like more details of this, the Practice or the services we offer please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Opening Times

Monday              8:00am-18:00pm     

Tuesday              8:00am-18:00pm

Wednesday     8:00am-18:00pm

Thursday           8:00am-18:00pm

Friday                  8:00am-18:00pm

Saturday            Closed

Sunday                Closed


Telephone:    01642 618170

Fax:                    01642 677124


Unfortunately in common with most general practices we are experiencing a significant increase in patient demand to try and manage this we have recently recruited new members of staff. As you can understand the induction process may take a few weeks, please take this into consideration. Thank you for your cooperation.

Dr Dharani has officially left the practice, we have allocated his patients with an alternative named GP at Queens Park Medical Centre.


If you have a cough, or fever, or shortness of breath and have been to any of these places or been in contact with someone who has been to any of these places in the last 14 days:

  • China
  • Thailand
  • Japan
  • Republic of Korea
  • Hong Kong
  • Taiwan
  • Singapore
  • Malaysia
  • Macau

Please DO NOT leave your home, stay indoors and call NHS 111.

Queens Park Medical Centre is proud to announce our involvement or recognition with the below charities and organisations to ensure that we can continue to provide the best services and care to our patients and our local community.

Queens Park Medical Centre have recently registered to become part of the Working to Become Dementia Friendly Practice 2019/2020, this is a national campaign that we have engaged with for the local area. Dementia Friendly Stockton will be providing us with lots of ongoing support for the team, this will include in-depth training for staff and also engaged with the services that are provided locally for individuals with dementia and their carers.

The National Hidden Disabilities Campaign is growing fast, whilst the surgery is not a registered distribution point for the lanyards for this charity our staff recognise the campaign, you will also see the logo in the surgery over the coming months and some staff wear the lanyard within the practice. We have had some positive feedback from patients, we may become a registered point in the future.

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Hidden Disabilities


The T.E.E.S Charity is a fantastic charity based in Redcar. The T.E.E.S charity offers a range of services, from The Nation Period Poverty Campaign (linked with 'Hey Girls Charity), Clothing charitable donations, Education and support with transgender training and dementia awareness.

Queens Park Medical Centre have engaged with T.E.E.S to become a distribution point for products for the period poverty campaigns for our patients and the local community, these can be obtained from our nursing team. We will have them based within our patient toilets and also if you ask at reception they can be provided. Products are FREE from any of the above points.



You can now send non urgent queries and requests for information to the practice using the E-Consult link below.


(Site updated 19/02/2020)
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