The Brooke Surgery

20 Market Street, Hyde, SK14 1AT

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NHS

Telephone: 0161 368 3312

brooke.surgery@nhs.net

Practice Staff

Doctors

Dr R Patel (m)

M.B.E. M.B,Ch.B. (Manchester 1985) F.R.C.G.P.

Dr A Faruq (m)

M.B Ch. B. (Wales 1995) M.R.C.G.P.

Dr N Arshad (m)

M.B.Ch.B (Keele 2012) M.R.C.G.P

Dr S Kuponu (m)

M.B.Ch.B (Sheffield 2014) M.R.C.G.P

Dr L Preston (f)

M.B.Ch.B (Manchester 1995) M R.C.G.P. DFFP

Dr W K Tsang (f)

M.B.Ch B (Sheffield 1995) M.R.C.O.G

Nursing Team

Christine

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Claire

Emergency Nurse Practitioner

Julie G

Practice Nurse

Louise

Practice Nurse

Pranamee

Practice Nurse

Angela

Paramedic Practitioner

Hayley

Paramedic Practitioner

Bernadette

Healthcare Assistant

Zoe

Healthcare Assistant

Molly

Phlebotomist

Admin Team

Mrs Kathryn Ley

Practice Manager

Adele

Reception Manager

Alice

Patient Care Advisor

Amanda

Patient Care Advisor

Anna

Patient Care Advisor

Claire

Patient Care Advisor

Emma D

Patient Care Advisor

Jodie

Patient Care Advisor

Julie L

Patient Care Advisor

Katie

Patient Care Advisor

Lisa

Patient Care Advisor

Rebecca

Patient Care Advisor

Samantha

Patient Care Advisor

Patricia

Patient Care Advisor

Other Staff

Mr Haseeb Khan

GP Clinical Pharmacist

Practice Clinical Pharmacist


Mr Haseeb Khan
is our GP Clinical Pharmacist and can provide expert advice on medicines. He is with us every day except Wednesday each week.

How can a Clinical Pharmacist help?

 

  • Experiencing side effects

If you are experiencing side effects from your medicines, you can discuss this with our clinical pharmacist and work together to find a solution, such as changing the medicine to an alternative or tweaking the dosage. If you are taking a number of different medicines, the clinical pharmacist can help make sure they are working well together.

 

  • Reviewing your medicines

If you are taking medicines over the long-term, you should be seen for a review at least once a year. The Clinical Pharmacist can review all your medicines, discuss how they are working for you and carry out clinical examinations including taking your blood pressure. They can also arrange for you to have bloods done or other tests where necessary.

 

  • After a stay in hospital

If your medicines have been changed while you were in hospital, the clinical pharmacist can help explain these changes and ensure you get the maximum benefit from these medicines.

 

  • Long-term conditions
    If you have a condition such as Asthma, Type 2 Diabetes, Arthritis or high blood pressure, the clinical pharmacist can discuss the medicines you’re taking to make sure they’re working for you. They can also help you with lifestyle changes to help manage your condition.

 

Please ask at reception if you would like to book an appointment to see the pharmacist.

When attending your appointment it is useful to bring all the medicines you are taking with you.

Opening Times

  • Monday
    08:00am until 18:30pm
  • Tuesday
    08:00am until 18:30pm
  • Wednesday
    08:00am until 18:30pm
  • Thursday
    08:00am until 21:00pm
  • Friday
    08:00am until 18:30pm
  • Saturday
    CLOSED
  • Sunday
    CLOSED