The community support police officer for Halliwell will be holding drop in sessions if you wish to discuss anything with him.  He will be here at the surgery on Thursday 08 December 2022, Thursday 05 January 2023 & 02 February 2023 - all sessions are between 10am-11am. 

Andrea, our Social Prescriber Link Worker will also be holding drop in sessions on the same day at the same time if you need support with Mental Health, wellbeing, access to nature, budgeting, support as a carer, social isolation, housing, volunteering or employment, please come and speak to Andrea. 

Practice Leaflet, Mission Statement & Primary Care Network

Please click on the link below for our latest practice leaflet:

Practice Leaflet

Dr Uddin & Dr Anwar - Our Mission Statement

The Doctors, nurses and all the staff at the Practice are committed to providing you with the highest quality care.

We strive to achieve this through the delivery of general medical services which are timely, considerate, and responsive to the needs of our patient population.

Care which is underpinned by a clear focus on evidence-based medicine and best practice.

Primary Care Networks

Primary Care Networks (PCNs) are groups of practices that work together with community, mental health, social care, pharmacy, hospital and voluntary services in their local areas.

NHS England’s Long-Term Plan outlined the ambition for Integrated Care Systems. The British Medical Association (BMA), GP (England) committee and NHS England agreed, through national contract negotiations, to develop and roll out of Primary Care Networks (PCNs).

Our practice is part of the HWL (Halliwell/Watersmeeting/Lever Chambers) Network.

HWL Network

Clinical director

Dr Alison Lyon

Member practices

  • Dr Earnshaw and Partners - Lever Chambers 
  • Dr C Hendy and Dr Y Rizwan- Halliwell Surgery
  • Burnside Surgery - Waters Meeting
  • Dr M Jeyam and Dr R Jesudas - Halliwell Surgery
  • Dr N Sidda - Waters Meeting
  • Dr Uddin and Dr Anwar - Halliwell Surgery
  • Bolton Community Practice - Waters Meeting

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