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Nye Bevan House, 2nd Floor, Maclure Road, OL111DN, , HMRCCG.firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 01706-396210
MBBS FRCS MSc Trauma
Dr Abid Hamid: Lead GP and Practice partner
Dr Ayesha Shahid: Long Term Locum GP- Female GP who attends Wenesday (09:30-15:30) and Thursday (09:30-15:00)
Nurse Practitioner (Claire Wright)
The practice employs a Nurse Practitioner who is responsible for running the health promotion clinics. These include holiday vaccinations, travel advice, cervical cytology, well woman and well man checks, lifestyle, diet and exercise advice, flu/pneumococcal vaccination and childhood vaccinations.
Chronic disease management is also a nurse led service including asthma/COPD, diabetes, coronary heart disease and hypertension management. The practice expects to see patients suffering from these diseases every six months to one year.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner (Donna Bibby)
The practice employs an advance nurse practitioner to be able to examine, assess, make diagnoses, treat, prescribe and make referrals for patients who present with undiagnosed/undifferentiated problems.
Lead Healthcare Assistant (Simone Doggett)
Healthcare Assistant (Glenys Cheadle)
The healthcare assistant runs the venepuncture clinics. You need to see and discuss with the GP prior to any request for elective blood tests. She is also responsible for doing health checks, ECG, 24 hour blood pressure, B12 and flu injections.
Practice Manager (Sahda Ali)
The practice manager is responsible for ensuring the practice complies with all aspects of health and safety requirements; implementing policies and procedures; liaising with outside agencies to keep abreast of any development within the NHS that might affect the practice or the doctors.
Overseeing the operation of the practice based complaints procedure in conjunction with the senior partner.
Office Manager (Helena Lees)
The Office Manager is responsible for the smooth running of the reception; dealing with enquires, complaints and suggestions from patients in the practice managers absence; the organisation of covering holidays, sickness, compassionate leave; the initial and continuation training of reception staff.
Receptionist/Administrators (Caitlin Mcgarry, Fozia Sultana + Nazima Akhtar)
Our receptionists are your first point of contact. They have the difficult job of trying to keep both doctors and patients happy and play an important role in the day to day running of the practice. All staff are trained to deal with most everyday queries and are encouraged to develop their skills to keep in line with the ever increasing changes to the NHS. If you are asked some apparently irritating questions, it is only because of our policy to ascertain the urgency of particular problems and requests.
The receptionist will assist patients in the following.
Telephone number: 01706 764344
Croft Shifa Health Centre, Belfield Road, Rochdale, OL16 2UP
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social well being.
Rochdale West Integrated Neighbourhood Team - Rochdale Football Club
Single Point of Access : 0161 763 8525 (24/7 calls answered)
Team lead: Sr Sara Nash – District Nurse Specialist Practitioner
Service contact via Single Point of Access : 0161 763 8525 (24/7 calls answered)
Physiotherapy Rochdale: 01706 261920
Health visitor/ School Nursing team: 0161 716 5970
Children’s Acute and Ongoing Needs Service: 01706 676777
Macmillan Cancer support: 0808 808 0000
Spring Hill Hospice: 01706 649920, 24 Hour Advice Line: 01706 653555
Belfield, Samson Street, Rochdale, OL16 2XW
Tel: 01706 356634
Castleton, Melville Street, Rochdale, OL1