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NHS Stay Well Walks

Stay well walks will be commencing soon and we will be doing walks during lunch time to help motivate patients to exercise.





The Sidda Family Practice has had a PPG for several years now, with approximately 10 members.  If you are interested in being the voice of the patients and would like to participate in the group as a representative for the patients and the surgery, working in the community, please contact the surgery for more details on how to.


History of the Practice

DR M.S.I SIDDA initially started as a solo practice at 2 CHARLOTTE STREET in February 1978, based in the Halliwell area of Bolton Town, where most of the migrants were from India and Pakistan. He became very popular in the community and soon had 2000 patients on his panel. Dr Sidda was truly dedicated to his profession. He provided best medical care in physical mental and emotional fields. Dr Sidda worked very hard to bring awareness of health and immunizations to his patients. After the long 31 years of dedicated service he retired on medical grounds on 2011.

Dr N Sidda joined senior Dr Sidda in August 2009 and eventually became a partner a few months later. Whilst she worked with Senior Dr Sidda there were certain challenges she faced, since senior Dr Sidda had already had a good rapport and had built a strong patient doctor relationship with his patients, but after having worked several months she eventually gained the same trust and confidence with the patients.

Since taking over the practice after senior Dr Sidda retired, it has been challenging for Dr N Sidda but having worked here as single handed GP, she has been able to maintain the same level of high care as senior Dr Sidda has been providing prior to his retirement and this is reflected in the continuous increase and growth of the current list size.

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