Hattersley Group Practice


Please be aware, from 1 September, 2021, patient data will be extracted from GP records to support health and care planning and research in England; this national initiative is known as General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR). The aim of this is to help find better treatments and improve patient outcomes for everyone. However, we recognise that you may wish to opt-out of having your information shared and additional information on how to do so is available here.


**Coronavirus update (COVID-19)**
If you have concerns that you may have been exposed to or become infected with COVID-19, please access NHS 111 online for guidance. DO NOT attend your GP practice or hospital emergency department. Further information is also available here. gtd healthcare's COVID-19 privacy notice for patients is available here. COVID-19 information is also available in British Sign Language. Information regarding the AstraZeneca vaccination is available here.


gtd healthcare has launched a digital recruitment campaign to attract senior and advanced clinical practitioners to join the organisation. Find out more here: Facebook; candidate form.

Practice address

Hattersley Group Practice, Hattersley Road East, Hattersley, Hyde, Cheshire, SK14 3EH

Opening times

Telephone lines are open between 8am - 6:30pm, Monday to Friday. The practice opens its doors to patients at 7:30am until 6pm, Monday to Friday. The practice is closed every third Thursday from 12:15 except for August and December. Patients can contact gtd healthcare on 0161 336 5958 for any urgent, non-life threatening queries.


0161 368 4161 or 0161 672 4527




0161 351 1989

We are still open and here for you

Please be assured, Hattersley Group Practice is open and appointments are available to all patients. Due to COVID-19, how you access the practice will be different at the moment, this is to prevent the spread of the virus. To ensure staff and patient safety, we are continuing to control numbers within the practice by using an intercom system. Please ring the intercom button once, we know you are waiting and we are working as fast as we can to ensure that you can speak to a member of the team in a timely manner. Please remember to wear a face covering, unless exempt, and socially distance at two metres, where possible. Further information on how to access the practice can be found here.

Our aim is to provide our patients with the best possible healthcare services that are of the highest standard. As a patient, you will receive care that is responsive to your needs, and we will work with supporting organisations, where necessary, to achieve this. We pride ourselves on putting our patients first and in doing so, we will always take the time to listen and respond openly and honestly every time.


Practice update

In response to coronavirus (COVID-19) all patients with a non-medical emergency when the GP practice is open are advised to contact us by booking a same-day appointment online or by phone 0161 368 4161 between 8am – 6.30pm, Monday - Friday. You can book an online appointment by downloading the NHS App on a smartphone or using patient access. You can register for the NHS App without coming into the practice; to register, please click here.

If you require a repeat prescription and to comply with social distancing, please use the NHS App, patient access or email the practice. Online services can provide patients with real time updates on their prescription requests. Please do not contact us to check if your prescription is ready. Please ensure you have nominated a pharmacy so your prescription can be sent electronically to the pharmacy of your choice. Pharmacies can also text patients when their prescription is ready to collect to avoid queues outside.

For those patients who are not self-isolating, you can also post your prescription in the foyer outside of the waiting room. You cannot request acute medications via online services – please email the practice for these.

If you know you need to self isolate due to the current COVID-19 outbreak and your employer has requested a note, please follow this link and NHS 111 will provide the necessary certification. If the service is busy please keep trying.

If you have received a 12-week shielding letter, this is your sick note for your employer. Please note, if you live with someone who is high risk, you do not require a sick note, you do however need to socially distance. If you need a sick note for other reasons than COVID-19, please fill out a request by clicking on 'Medical advice'.

Out-of-hours, if you require urgent but not life-threatening medical assistance that cannot wait until Hattersley Group Practice re-opens, please call NHS 111. If you have a life-threatening medical emergency, please dial 999.

If you have concerns that you may have been exposed to or become infected with COVID-19, please access NHS 111 Online for guidance by clicking here. DO NOT attend your GP practice or hospital emergency department. Further information is also available here.

Vaccination programme

Please be assured, you will be contacted when it's your turn to be vaccinated.

Patients are encouraged to make sure the practice holds the correct contact details, including telephone number and email address, as there may be circumstances whereby there is a short turn-around time to invite patients for a vaccine.

For further information regarding the vaccination programme, please visit the COVID-19 key information page.

The NHS is currently under increased pressure due to the continued impact of COVID-19. This means that you may experience delays in the services provided at your GP practice. Please accept our sincere apologies and continue to check our website or follow us on Twitter for further updates.

Thank you for your co-operation and patience.

Email for repeat prescriptions:

Further information regarding the parkinsons and dementia group is available here.

Primary Care Access Service

This service enables registered patients across Tameside and Glossop to pre-book routine evening and weekend appointments with a variety of clinicians by speaking to a receptionist at the practice.

Also, when GP practices are closed, patients who have had a clinical assessment via NHS111 and/or gtd healthcare and require urgent but non-life-threatening assistance may be offered an appointment at any one of the five neighbourhood hubs. Appointments are available at a variety of hubs, seven-days-a-week.

Further information on the Primary Care Access Service is available here.

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