Here at Discourse, we are delighted to share the amazing news from our friends at Town Hall Dental.
Brighouse based private and cosmetic dental practice, Town Hall Dental, are celebrating having been awarded Dental Practice of the Year 2017.
Based in the Old Town Hall, Brighouse, Town Hall Dental have been providing cosmetic and general dentistry for the Yorkshire area since 2012. In 2016 Town Hall received numerous industry awards, including Best Patient Care and Best Young Dentist in the North West.
In recent years, the practice has been recognised throughout the dental industry for their patient care, members of the team now lecture at other dental practices around the country on their revolutionary service policy, The Patient Journey.
The award, organised by Global Health & Pharma, recognises Town Hall Dental as providing the highest standards of treatments and patient care in the North of England. The Brighouse based practice were chosen by a base of 260,000 voters and industry specific individuals.
Rachel Dilley, Practice Manager at Town Hall Dental, commented “It’s an honour for us to receive such a prestigious award, and recognition of the incredible work our staff put into the practice every day”.
“Our emphasis has always been on providing the most advanced treatments with the best patient care possible, and our work towards that goal has been tireless. To be able to tell our patients we are now one of the premier dental practices in the country is testament to their support for us.”
The award is hoped to be the first of many for 2017, with Town Hall Dental recently announcing their shortlisting for four awards at The Dental Public Awards. The Practice is nominated for Dental Nurse of the Year, Practice Manager of the Year, Dental Team of the Year and Practice of the Year.
Looking towards the future, the practice is aiming to expand with the opening of their executive meeting space for local businesses, The Room at Town Hall, and further develop their training for other dentists and nurses across the country to raise the standards of patient care.
Rachel commented “We want to make the Town Hall not just a hub for dentistry and dentist training in the North of England, but a space where local groups and businesses can come network and grow. The local community have been so supportive in getting us to where we are today and we want to help give back”.
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