We are a friendly four doctor NHS general practice in Hale Barns, Altrincham.
We provide a wide variety of medical services from modern purpose-built premises which we share with another practice.
Our reception area is the farthest from the main entrance
Tel:0161 980 3835
Patient Access - Your new on-line service portal
We have upgraded our system and now offer you improved on-line services. This is the new way to request repeat prescriptions and make appointments, 24 hours a day. You can also see your recorded allergies and immunisation status. In the future, using this portal we hope to offer you access to your latest results and a summary of your medical history.
Read how to activate your own Patient Access.
Your named GP
The government have made it a contractual requirement for all patients to have a named or allocated GP. This has been the case since the inception of the NHS then they changed it a few years ago. Now they have changed it back!. All patients have a named GP. If you are not sure who yours is, please ask at the practice. We will be trying our best to tell you anyway when we see you.
Help us keep in touch with you
Modern healthcare is all about being able to easily communicate with your doctor.
If you are happy to provide us with your email address and/or mobile number, we can keep you informed of important news and any checks on your health you may need. We promise to keep your details secure.
Click here to pass on your details
Tell us how were are doingYou can give us some feedback on how you feel about our practice by filling in the Friends and Family Survey Form. We can use your responses to help us try to provide what you need from the surgery and local healthcare services. For more information visit our Friends and Family Test information page.
Out Of Area Registrations
You may be aware that the government is introducing a scheme designed to allow patients to register with any practice in the country. We have carefully examined all the documents relating to this scheme. As a practice we feel this scheme has not been well thought out and implementing it at this stage could be damaging to continuity of patient care.
With regret therefore, we will not be participating at the moment. We will of course carefully observe how the scheme pans out and when we are satisfied patient care will be enhanced and not harmed we will reconsider our participation.
Please explore our website to find out more about us and what we offer. We are always keen to hear your ideas or suggestions Follow us on Twitter
Monday to Friday
7am - 11pm
10am - 5pm
Shay Lane Pharmacy
Telephone: 0161 904 0865
Fax: 0161 908 6597
We hope that the new pharmacy will be a welcome addition to the comprehensive medical services we provide at Shay Lane. The Pharmacy remains open even when the surgery is closed.
The Pharmacy opening times are shown to the left. See our surgery opening times. There is a separate entrance at the side of the building when the surgery is closed. Please be reassured there is no obligation for any of our patients to use the new pharmacy. It is owned and run by an independent pharmacist who has relocated from Hale Barns (Hale Barns Pharmacy)
|The surgery is purpose-built and all consulting rooms are at ground level. |
There are disabled toilets in the building and a wheelchair is available for use if necessary. Please ask for assistance if required.
We have automatic doors into the building. If you need help opening the main entrance doors just press the button and the doors will open gently.
Disabled parking is available in front of the main entrance.
Prams and Bicycles
There is space to leave prams and pushchairs in the foyer. Should you require assistance please ask at the reception desk. There is a bike stand at the far end of the main car park which is the one in front of the main entrance. The surgery can accept no responsibility for loss or damage to any personal belongings left on surgery property.
We have space for car parking in front of the surgery and also around the side.
Improving accessibility to this website
If you have a visual disability it is not always easy to see small items on websites generally. The BBC have produced a useful guide to improving accessibility to website content.
(Site updated 05/04/2017)