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Dental Care.

For any Dental problems that occur out side of opening hours the link below has all information and telephone numbers for services that are available. Please be aware this is only for patients who are registered in the Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale area.

See dental care information

Access GP services 7 day's a week 

If you do need urgent advice or an appointment there are pharmacys' and Emergency Hubs open over the bank holidays, at weekend's AND when the surgery closes at 18:30pm. 

Below is the HUB's Telephone Number

You can contact the Hubs on 01617638292

Please CLICK the link to access some interesting helpful information in regards to NHS alternative services, Local services and Cancer screening information. https://rochdalehealthalliance.co.uk/news/a-message-from-your-gp/

NHS 111

Dr Hamid's Practice is closed from 18:30pm and weekends if you have a medical issue that can not wait until the surgery re-opens please call '111' they are able to give medical advise and book appointments with an out f hours clinician if it is required. 

If you require urgent attention outside of normal surgery hours please call 111

For simple viruses causing coughs, colds, fever and tummy upsets – most problems will settle with time and rest.

Care at the chemist 

Care at the Chemist is a minor ailment scheme, which means eligible patients can receive advice and treatment for a range of conditions direct from their pharmacist rather than going to their GP. If you don't pay for prescriptions, then any medication provided under the scheme will be free of charge.

Your local pharmacist is able to give advice on a range of conditions and if appropriate can supply a medicine from an agreed list to ensure you receive the most appropriate treatment for your condition. Please be aware not all medicines are suitable for all age groups but your pharmacist will be able to advise as appropriate. The following conditions can currently be treated by the NHS Care at the Chemist scheme:

• Allergies • Athletes foot • Coughs, colds and sore throats • Cold sores • Constipation • Cystitis • Diarrhoea • Ear wax • Headache • Pain or temperature • Haemorrhoids • Head lice • Indigestion • Infant colic • Mouth ulcers • Minor eye infections • Minor skin reactions • Nappy rash • Nasal congestion • Oral Thrush • Teething • Threadworm • Thrush (genital) • Warts and verrucas

Emergency treatment

If you are suffering with a life threatening emergency please call '999' 

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