Bupa has opened a new health clinic in central Manchester to provide health assessments, GP services, musculoskeletal and physiotherapy services.

The clinic has been designed to look similar to the company’s £65 million headquarters, Bupa Place, which opened in 2018 and houses more than 2,000 employees.

The ground floor space has digital screens inside and outside the clinic offering health advice and signpost customers to services available.

The clinics’ team has moved from its former site in the Piccadilly centre in Manchester.

Joanne Hall, centre manager, said: “We’re all very excited to be making the move from Piccadilly to Marble Street. The new clinic is in a fantastic location for us, and is easily accessible to our customers. The clinic is incredibly modern and will allow us to continue delivering a first-class service.”

Sarah Melia, director for Bupa Health Services, said: “Bupa’s been a part of Manchester for the last 70 years – we built our first regional office here in 1948 – so it felt right for us to launch our flagship clinic here. We are always looking for ways we can improve our services and facilities and Marble Street is a perfect example of what we want our clinics to look like in the future.”