DHC (Dorking Healthcare)

We are registered with the CQC (Care Quality Commission) and we are an accredited AQP (Any Qualified Provider).

DHC (Dorking Healthcare) has grown out of a collaboration of Dorking GP practices to become an NHS provider organisation that serves around 100,000 people across Surrey. Our services cover primary care, community health, outpatient services and mental health.

We provide Talking Therapies at various locations across Surrey and Outpatient Services at Dorking Hospital and Holmhurst Medical Centre, Redhill. DHC Clinical. We aim to put the patient at the centre of their care, make sure our services are easy to access by local people and reduce waiting times for appointments.

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Our policies

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Equality, Inclusion & Diversity (EID)

We believe our strength comes from the differences in who we are and how we think. Diversity and inclusion starts at the top of our organisation with the DHC Board of Directors which has four female members and where 20% of members are BME.

DHC is committed to ensuring that EID is embedded across our organisation for staff, patients, carers and visitors. The Summary Reports below details our implementation of the Equality Delivery System.

To ensure that we continually improve implementing equality and diversity, our policies and processes are under regular review via dedicated EID working groups.

Dorking Healthcare Ltd Quality Account

Surrey Heartlands CCGs approved Dorking Healthcare Quality Account 2022 – 2023

As a provider of NHS care, DHC is required to prepare an annual Quality Account for submission to Surrey Heartlands Health & Care Partnership, who is responsible for planning and buying health services for our local population.