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FLU JABS NOW IN STOCK!!

No appointment necessary - just drop in for FREE vaccination to protect yourself this winter

You can now book appointments to see a GP or practice nurse or other healthcare professional in the evenings or at weekends. To arrange an appointment, please speak to a member of the practice team.

The surgery will be CLOSED for staff training on Thursday 19th October 2017 from 12.00noon. We will re-open as normal on Friday 20th October 2017 at 8am.

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Donneybrook Medical Centre

Donneybrook Medical Centre was one of the first group practices in the country. It has been on the site since 1968. In 1994 the premises were completely rebuilt and now offer a wide range of high standard equipment, facilities and care.

The purpose built practice is in the centre of the market town of Hyde, adjacent to the Bus Station and opposite a public car park, which makes the practice easily accessible to patients.

The practice covers a rough circular shape around the surgery, with a diameter of approximately three miles, covering Hyde, GeeCross, Newton, Dukinfield, Denton, Godley and Hattersley. The patients on the practice list come from wide spectrum of the socio-economic ethnic and cultural background.

We have been accredited by the North Western Deanery of Postgraduate Medical Education as a 'Training Practice'. This means we are considered as offering a high enough quality of service to train new doctors.

The trainee doctors are fully qualified doctors who have had experience working in the hospital and are safe to see patients on their own and prescribe treatments. If you have ANY feedback on how these doctors are working, good or bad, please let us know.

(Site updated 09/10/2017)
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