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Dr Hamid's Practice, Nye Bevan HouseFamily_Dr_Ass

"The high quality of healthcare we provide will be an efficient and effective service, responsive to patient demand and accessible to all".


We are confident that our website will provide clear and concise help and give our patients the information they require in an easy and convenient format. It has been designed with the patient’s needs at the forefront of everything, from checking surgery times to letting us know what you think of us.  The surgery is fully accessible to all patients.

Serving You

Our dedicated team are here to help with any issues and minor ailments that may occur. As well as providing specialist managment of long term conditions, there are also clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues.

With this website you are able to access all the infomation you need about our surgery. From booking/ cancelling appoinmnets to ordering your repeat prescription.

Our dedicated team are here to treat those minor ailments that occur as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions. Also there are clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues, however this new technology also means you can now do a lot of things from the comfort of your home such as order a repeat prescription or make/ cancel an appointment.



Make sure health is your priority this Bank Holiday

As the bank holiday weekend fast approaches, being poorly or having an accident is probably the last thing on your mind, but unfortunately it does happen so it is best to make sure you know where to go for medical treatment and advice appropriate to your symptoms.

There will be changes to opening times for some local healthcare services over the bank holiday, including closures on Monday 29th August. For protection against illness, people are asked to stock up on vital medicines and also check their local pharmacies ‘opening times’.

Dr Chris Duffy, local GP and HMR CCG Chair said “If your GP Practice is closed, there are many ways you can receive treatment, depending on your symptoms, such as self-care and expert opinions from pharmacies, online and telephone advice, and access to GP appointments 7 days a week.”


Pharmacists are qualified experts in the use of medicines, and can give advice on a range of common symptoms, medicines, healthy living and self-care. Pharmacists may be able to help people with skin conditions, coughs, colds, minor cuts and bruises and much more.

Pharmacies open on Monday 29 August are listed here or at

GP Appointments

Some local GP appointments will be available at four ‘extended hubs’ across the borough over the bank holiday weekend and patients can book by contacting the Central Booking Service on 0161 763 8292. More information is also available by visiting this link:

NHS Choices and NHS 111

NHS Choices is a dedicated website where you can find up-to-date and expert advice on a range of illnesses and complaints, as well as find your nearest NHS services, such as GPs, dentists, pharmacists and walk-in centres. Visit NHS Choices at

Call NHS 111 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for fast, free medical advice when it's not an emergency.

Minor eye conditions service Opticians offering this service will be operating varying opening times over the bank holiday period. Please visit for full details.

Walk-in centre Walk-in services can offer assessment and treatment of minor illnesses and injuries which are not serious enough to require a visit to A&E. No appointment needed.

  • Middleton Health Centre, Middleton Shopping Centre, M24 4EL (0161 655 7434): Open 8am-8pm Monday - Friday and 8am-6pm Saturdays and Sundays, 8am – 6pm May Bank Holiday.

  • Bury Urgent Treatment Centre, if you need treating today, this service is open every day from 8am until 10pm (Doctors are on site until 8pm), no appointment needed. The service is ideal when you are suffering from an ailment, illness or injury that needs assessing quickly, but isn’t serious enough to require a visit to A&E. First floor Moorgate Primary Care Centre, 22 Derby Way, Bury, BL9 0NJ.

  • Oldham NHS Walk-in Centre, Integrated Care Centre, New Radcliffe Street, OL1 1NL: Open 8am-8pm, seven days a week


DATE: 24th August 2016

FOR PRESS & MEDIA ENQUIRIES: contact NHS HMR CCG communications team on 01706 652824 or email



Registered Manager: Dr Abid Hamid

Practice Manager: Mrs Sahda Ali

The surgery is located in central Rochdale across from Rochdale Railway Station 

Patients are able to book appointments via the telephone or over the internat

Under the Health and Social Care 2008 (The Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009 Part 4), the registering body (Dr Hamid’s Practice) is required to provide to the Care Quality Commission a statement of purpose.

The Practice Aims and Objectives:

  • To provide personalised, effective and high quality general practice services, committed to the healthcare of all our patients.
  • To continually improve healthcare services to patients through learning, monitoring and auditing.
  • To ensure safe and effective services and environment.
  • To take care of all staff, ensuring a motivated and competent team.
  • Treat all patients and staff with dignity, respect and honesty.
  • To focus on promoting health and wellbeing and the prevention of disease in the community.
  • To work in partnership with our patients their families and carers. To involve them in decision making about their treatment by listening and supporting them, allowing them independence and choice.
  • To ensure robust governance systems are in place to cover all aspects of confidentiality.
  • To guide our employees in diversity and equality.

Practice Purpose:

Our purpose is to provide all patients with the highest quality of care and continuous improvement of healthcare. We aim to achieve this by continuing to offer training and development to both clinical and administration staff, to achieve the latest advances in primary healthcare.


(Site updated 24/08/2016)
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