Brailsford and Hulland Medical Centre

The Green, Brailsford, Derbyshire, Derby DE6 3BX

Bank Holiday

The Practice will be closed on Monday 27th May.

During this time you can access 111 for medical advice, visit your local pharmacy, or use the walk in centre at St Oswald’s 8.00-16.00 or Derby. Visit for more information.

New CQC Manager

Our New CQC Manager is Dr Deborah Kennedy.

Please visit Our CQC registration page under Clinics & services for more information about our Care Quality Registration.

New GP Partner

We are pleased to announce that Dr Richard Guest will be joining us as a GP partner from the 1st of April 2019.

Dr Guest has been a locum for almost 10 years and has been a regular face at the practice.

Dr Bates

Dr Brenda Bates will retire on 31st March 2019. Dr bates has been at Brailsford & Hulland Medical practice since 1983.

Dr Bates will retire from the Practice and her dedicated and loyal service this will be celebrated by a afternoon tea party. This date is to be confirmed so please check back for an update later this month.

Donations are being taken for a gift for Dr Bates, please ensure your Donation is in a envelope marked with your name when handing into reception at either Brailsford or Hulland.

There is a comments book for Dr Bates that will be at Brailsford on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday and Hulland Ward on a Tuesday & Thursday.

Dementia Awareness Campaign

Worried someone close to you is losing their memory?

Many people suffer from memory loss as they get older. But if it starts to happen on a regular basis, it could be the early signs of dementia.

What should I look for?

Dementia is not a single illness but a group of symptoms caused by damage to the brain. The symptoms include:

  • memory loss, such as remembering past events much more easily than recent ones
  • problems thinking or reasoning, or finding it hard to follow conversations or TV programmes
  • feeling anxious, depressed or angry about memory loss, or feeling confused, even when in a familiar environment

What should I do?

If you’re worried about someone who is showing the signs above, encourage them to visit their GP to get a proper diagnosis. Use the link at the top of the page to find your GP.

The Alzheimer’s Society provides tips on how to raise the topic of dementia with a loved one.