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From Tuesday 15 January if you require an urgent on the day appointment please contact us on 0161 748 5559.  After Tuesday 15 January if will no longer be possible to turn up for an urgent on the day appointment.


There is a national shortage of flu vaccinations for patients over 65 years of age.  We currently do not have any in stock.  If you are 65+ and have not had your vaccination we will have further information available shortly on this page.  We apologise for the inconvenience.


We are pleased to announce that we now offer Evenings, Saturday & Sunday morning appointments for routine GP and Practice Nurse appointments at 4 hub locations in Flixton, Sale, Altrincham and Stretford; please enquire if an evening, Saturday or Sunday morning would be more convenient to you.


It is no longer possible to turn up to any of the blood rooms within Trafford.  This is now a bookable service.  Once you have collected your blood form from the surgery contact 0161 934 8361 to book your blood room appointment.


How we communicate with our patients

You may have noticed that we are encouraging you to let us have your up to date mobile number.  This is to facilitate you receiving automatic text messages reminding you of your appointments.  We are able to then also contact you via (our free) text messaging service.   For us, it is a quick and cost-effective way of communicating information to large groups of patients and is therefore, a good use of our staff and financial resources.  If, however, you prefer not to be contacted by text message, please let reception know and we will opt you out of this service.  Please note, however, that you will not then receive appointment reminders and will not be advised about any health campaigns or other services we may provide.

Macmillan Coffee Morning - Friday 28 September 2018

After last years successful cake day which raised over £700, the staff at Davyhulme Medical Centre will be baking in aid of Macmillan coffee morning.  Watch this space for further details.

Bereavement Counselling

There are many practical issues to manage when someone dies.  The Bereavement Advice Centre supports and advises on what you need to do next including registering a death, finding a funeral director, probate, tax issues and finding support.  Call Freephone 0800 082 1203 or

Trafford Walking for Health - Walking Group

We are looking to set up a weekly walking group at Davyhulme Medical Centre and are looking for volunteers to drive this group.  If you are interested please contact Wendy McDonagh, Patient Services Manager to enquire.















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