Opening hours: For Consultations: 7.30am-4pm Mon to Fri. Telephone answered between 9am-4pm. For registered clients only an emergency service is available after 4pm and weekends. To use this clients must call 07900 244788 for advice and a possible appointment. Veterinary care, Worming, Neutering, Micro chipping.
Greater Manchester Animal Hospital Who we see: Can you receive low-cost veterinary treatment at RSPCA Greater Manchester Animal Hospital?: Who We See (PDF), If you would like your animals to receive veterinary treatment at the RSPCA Greater Manchester Animal Hospital you will need to be able to prove that:, You live within the hospital catchment area, and, either you are receiving a state benefit accepted by the hospital or your household is on a low income, It is very important that you take evidence of the state benefit you are receiving or that you are on a low income, as well as proof of your identity and address, every time you visit the hospital. Failure to show these details may mean that the hospital is unable to provide treatment for your animal., Please note that the RSPCA provides a reduced cost veterinary service. You will be asked to pay in full, on the day of treatment, for services and goods provided by the hospital.
Hospital catchment area : All addresses in the postcode areas: all M & BL postcodes; WA1 - WA4; WA13 - WA15; WN2; WN7; OL1; OL2; OL4 - OL12; OL15; OL16; SK1 - SK12; SK14 - SK17; CW11; CW12., Proof of identity and address can be in the form of passport, driving licence or a utility bill (such as gas, electric or water) which must have your name and address on it. State benefits currently accepted by the hospital: State retirement pension, Employment and support allowance, Pension credit, Incapacity benefit, Job seekers allowance, Income support, Working tax credit, Bereavement benefit, Housing benefit, Severe disablement allowance Household Income : You will need to be able to prove that your household is on a low income.
Proof can be in the form of a wage slip or bank statement. A low income is defined as a weekly household income of £200 or less., Last Updated April 2011.
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