DTC5_720x405.jpgThe Durham Treatment Centre (DTC) is situated just outside of the city centre on Belmont Industrial Estate. Thousands of patients across Durham and the surrounding areas are able to access their specialist care locally at our state-of-the-art centre.

We provide a specialist hub for patients in the Durham area who have previously had to travel to Sunderland, Bishop Auckland, Shotley Bridge and Sacriston for their care. There is also a 16 station Dialysis Unit and Day Case Theatre.

Durham Treatment Centre is located here:

Directions and Transport

Address: Durham Treatment Centre, Belmont Industrial Estate, Durham DH1 1HP

Phone: 0191 541 0266

How to find us (map)

Getting Here

By Car

If you are travelling by car, you can access us via the A690. From there, please take the slip road for Belmont Industrial Estate. At the second set of traffic lights turn left. Durham Treatment Centre is 200 yards on the left, next to SG Petch Skoda Garage. We have an on site 94 space car park.

By Bus

There are no buses that go direct to Durham Treatment Centre. There are bus stops nearby.

To help you plan your journey to hospital, visit Traveline North East

Car Parking

There are car parking charges at Durham Treatment Centre.

Parking charges

Up to 20 minutes - Free
Up to 1 hour - £2.00
Up to 2 hours - £3.00
Up to 4 hours - £4.50
Up to 24 hours - £8.00
Weekly pass- £10.00

How to pay

There is a payment machine situated in the main reception area which accepts card and cash payments. There is also a text payment system available.


Car parking is monitored using the ParkingEye system. It uses technology to capture number plates of all vehicles entering and exiting Trust sites.

The following information is recorded:

  • Time of vehicle entering and exiting Trust site.
  • Any payment made using the pay machines or Pay by Phone service.
  • Photo of vehicle entering Trust site.

Parking Charge Notice (PCN)

A parking charge notice will be issued to motorists who are in breach of our car park terms and conditions. This includes:

  • Parking inappropriately. Such as on a grass verge or obstructing another vehicle.
  • Non-payment on departure or if you do not pay the correct tariff or permit.

Blue Badge Holders

Patients must bring both parts of their blue badge into reception. A receptionist will register the badge holders car.