Welcome to Dr Syed Zaidi & Associates


Welcome to the website for Dr.Syed Zaidi & Associates, where you can access the wide range of health services available at our surgery. Our practice operates from the following two sites:

Grange Medical Centre 
1 Horton Grange Road,
Tel:  01274 957908

Oak Lane Surgery
Westbourne Green C H C Centre,
50 Heaton Road,
Tel:  01274 957909

Our Mission

It is the aim of our practice to provide high quality healthcare in a responsive, supportive and courteous manner to all our patients, with a well-trained and motivated primary health care team. We wish to be an approachable and accessible practice making efficient use of all the health care resources available.


Respecting all

  • Showing courtesy
  • Seeking to understand
  • Treating all fairly
  • Value each person as a unique individual
  • Being especially supportive to the vulnerable

Working as a team

  • Relating well within the team
  • Valuing the contribution of each team member
  • Building a mutually supportive environment
  • Co-operating with other teams
  • Encouraging responsible involvement by our patients 


  • Speaking and acting truthfully
  • Being accountable for our actions

Learning and improving

  • Adapting to change
  • Building on achievements
  • Developing our services

 Bank Holidays:


Monday 19 September bank holiday – GP practice closure

Our GP practice will be closed on Monday 19 September 2022, following the announcement that this will be a bank holiday to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s State Funeral. We will reopen as usual on Tuesday 20 September 2022.

 If you have a GP practice appointment booked for Monday 19 September, we will contact you to rearrange your appointment.

 We ask that patients ensure they have enough of their usual repeat medication to last for the extended weekend. All requests for repeat medication should be submitted by 15/09/202 to give enough time to process them before the coming weekend.

 For information about many common illnesses and injuries, symptoms and treatments, and advice about what to do, when to get help and which NHS service to use, visit the NHS website: nhs.uk.

 There will be pharmacies open over the bank holiday weekend. People can drop in for expert advice on many common illnesses such as headaches, sore throats and aches and pains, and there is no need to book an appointment. Pharmacies can also give you help and information on which medicines people can buy over the counter to help manage their illness. To find a pharmacy, visit the NHS website: https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/pharmacy/find-a-pharmacy  

26/12/2022, 27/12/2022


07/04/2023, 10/04/2023



Dear Patients,

Grange Medical Centre has an announced CQC visit on the 23rd September 2022. We would be grateful if you could provide your valuable feedback of the practice using the following link.

Give Feedback on Care


Some patients at the surgery will receive a questionnaire about their experiences of local health services. The survey covers issues such as access to care and satisfaction with treatment. If you receive a questionnaire, please do fill it in and return it as your opinion is important to us.

 CQC Rating:

Overall rating for this location        Good

 Are services safe?                     Good 

 Are services effective?              Good

 Are services caring?                  Good

 Are services responsive?           Good

 Are services well-led?               Good


 (Hyperlink embedded: https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19)

**COVID 19** Please could all patients go to the local Pharmacy and register to enable us to send request electronically.DO NOT attend the Surgery to order/collect prescriptions.Option 1. Online login, 2.E-Consults, 3.Phone to request. This is temporary measure. PM Grange MC

COVID-19 vaccine videos on YouTube

Thanks to GPs who have created videos in other languages to help explain the vaccination to local communites. 

These are all available to watch via

YouTube: https://bit.ly/WYaHc19vb

Privacy Notice  


Healthy.io <> GP Practice Privacy Policy 

ACR project for patients with diabetes

 A programme sponsored by NHS Digital to monitor urine albumin:creatinine ratio (ACR) annually for patients with diabetes. This enables patients with diabetes to test their kidney function from home. We will share your contact details with Healthy.io to enable them to contact you and send you a test kit.  This will help identify patients at risk of kidney disease and help us agree any early interventions that can be put in place for the benefit of your care.  If you do not wish to take part in the service, you have the opportunity to decline when Healthy.io contact you.  If you do not wish to receive any further information from Healthy.io then they will delete any data that they hold about you and we will continue to manage your care within the Practice.  Further information about this is available at: https://lp.healthy.io/minuteful_info/

We hold sensitive and confidential data about you in our computer system.

We have a duty of care to ensure we protect this information for you.

 We share this information with some other NHS services such as hospitals, in order to improve the care that you receive.

 Other NHS services also share their information about you with us.

 These organisations are listed in our Privacy Notice.

If you have any questions about this please speak to reception.

Data Protection queries please email them to :


SCR coronavirus (COVID-19) supplementary privacy notice

20 April 2020: Information for patients explaining how health and social care organisations may use your Summary Care Record information within the health and social care system to protect you and others during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.


Privacy Notice for National COVID-19 and Flu Vaccination Programmes  

NHS England has established a centralised service for the management of both the COVID-19 and seasonal flu vaccination programmes. This service is supported by a central system, the Immunisation Management System.  

When you attend for your Covid-19 vaccination a record will be made that you have been vaccinated and when. Normally, vaccinations are undertaken in GP settings. However, the delivery of the Covid-19 vaccine is being undertaken in a variety of care settings.  

NHS England is responsible for processing your personal data for the purposes of the national vaccination programme. To find out more, you can access the NHS England privacy notice at:  


A new COPI notice for specific activity related to COVID-19 research activities has been issued.



 Our practice assumes that you are happy to share your information with these services UNLESS YOU TELL US OTHERWISE.