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From 26 July 2021  there will be routine (non-urgent) pre-bookable telephone appointments available to book online or via reception each afternoon.  

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From 19th July, nothing will change at the surgery.  Patients will still need to wear a mask, socially distance and use hand sanitiser whilst in the surgery.  Staff will continue to wear PPE.   Thank you for your co-operation.

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Please if possible order your prescriptions online or call the surgery between 10.30am and 1pm only.

If you needing a non urgent call back from a clinician then please only call between 8.30am and 10.30am Monday - Friday or 1pm - 3pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday.

Coronavirus notice:

Please see our Special Privacy Notice and COVID-19 Privacy Notice with regards to your data processing during these unprecedented times.  

Due to advice given by the BMA regarding the recent Coronavirus outbreak, we have temporarily had to stop our Drop-in facility, our early morning and late appointment 'extended hours' and also all future bookable online appointments.  This is for the health and safety of EVERYONE.  We apologise for this inconvenience and hope that normal service will resume in the near future. 
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Watch out in both surgeries for our campaign to get patients registered for online services.

Practice History

Devonshire.gifThis practice has had a medical centre at Devonshire Green for over 100 years. It has always been a practice of doctors who are committed to providing medical services to vulnerable people in and near the city centre (including those with mental illness, alcohol or substance misuse problems, people who are homeless, from ethnic sub-groups, etc) as well as to the wider population.

Devonshire Green Medical Centre on Devonshire Street is purpose-built (opened in 1988) and has facilities for disabled, including ground floor disabled access and parking.

 

Hanover.gifHanover Medical Centre in William Street, Broomhall is also purpose-built and was extensively refurbished and extended in 1993. This has enabled it to provide accommodation for the practice, together with attached health visitors, district nurses and ‘the Hanover Project’ – which became the Homeless Assessment and Support Service (HASS); the practice were instrumental in initiating this service (which was awarded Department of Health Beacon status in 2000) to provide holistic care to the city centre’s homeless population.



 
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