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A Public Consultation on Proposals to Change 7-Day Access to Primary Care Services

In Spring 2016, our Clinical Commissioning Group (DDES CCG) undertook a public consultation about urgent care services. During that consultation, we also asked the public and clinicians to tell us where we should locate primary care services that provide additional evening and weekend appointments. Nine hubs (practices working together) across the DDES area (including Jubilee Medical Group) were chosen as the preferred option by the public.

It was agreed to implement and then review these changes after six and then 12 months of operation. This was to ensure the service covered the full winter period to truly understand the impact. In this review, we looked at who used primary care services, when and why.

The need to change was established after we reviewed public and clinician feedback, including patient views, activity, capacity, impact on other services, practice requirements, value for money, transport and pharmacy provision.

The review highlighted that the hubs were valued but some were significantly underused. This consultation is about our proposals to address these issues and to improve 7-day access to primary care services in the DDES area.

How you can get involved
Come along to one of our public engagement events

All public consulation meetings have been held.  However you can still read the information and vote until the 19th of December.

More information, including FAQ, the full consultation document can be found on the DDES website:

As a reminder Jubilee Medical Group is in the Sedgfield area.

You may vote online at

The Consultation will close at 5pm on the 30th January 2019.


The doctors and staff at Jubilee Medical Group are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare. We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.

Jubilee Medical Group consists of a main site at Cobblers Hall, Newton Aycliffe and two branch sites at Burke Street, Shildon as well as Spencer Street in Eldon. The same clinical staff and services are available at all three sites.

In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information in the menu on the right hand side.


Please view our appointments page for a full explanation of how our appointment system works, including how to arrange telephone consultations and home visits. 

Research Active Practice

We have been accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) as being 'Research Ready' since 2011. Our research study portfolio consists of over 30 studies to date. The practice research team have all completed Good Clinical Practice (GCP). We won the Primary Care Practice of the Year Award in 2015 - this is awarded by the NHS National Institute for Health Research.

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Connect veterans and their families with a range of local support organisations – both within and outside the Armed Forces sector. The services have been grouped into categories such as Education and Training, Employment, Finances etc.

Navigate through the categories to find the support you need, or use the search function by clicking on the magnifying glass icon in the map toolbar;

  • On the map home screen, the search function searches all organisations in the directory.
  • When you have a category open, the search function searches all data within that category.


Please tell us if you would recommend our practice by completing the Friends and Family Test next time you visit your local surgery. You can do this via the 'Elephant Kiosk' at Cobblers Hall Surgery or by completing a Friends and Family feedback form at Burke Street Surgery and Dene Vally Surgery. You could also complete the test online via the 'Have Your Say' section of our website. Please see reception staff for further information. 

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