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Tameside Integrated Care Partnership
Tameside One
Market Place
Tameside, OL6 6BH


0161 342 5500

Key people

Sandra Stewart, place based leader for health and social care in Tameside wearing a black jacket and pearls.

Place-based Lead
Sandra Stewart, Interim Chief Executive at Tameside Council

About us

The Borough of Tameside lies to the east of Greater Manchester, stretching eastwards from the urban hub of Manchester to the moors of the Peak District. Tameside shares borders with Oldham, Manchester, Stockport and the Derbyshire Borough of High Peak. It’s well connected by the M60 and M67 and rail links to Manchester and Yorkshire.

Named after the River Tame, which flows through it, the borough includes the towns of Ashton-under-Lyne, Audenshaw, Denton, Droylsden, Dukinfield, Hyde, Mossley and Stalybridge, plus parts of Longdendale. It’s a great place to live and work.

Tameside has an estimated population of 226,493, and 13.4% of residents live in income-deprived households. Life expectancy is currently 81.1 years for females and 77.5 years for males in Tameside.

‘Our People Our Place Our Plan’ outlines our aims and aspirations for the area, its people and how Tameside Integrated Care Partnership commits to work for everyone, every day. The plan is structured by life course – Starting Well, Living Well and Ageing Well – with a set of goals set out under each for what we want to achieve for people in the area throughout their life. Underpinning the plan is the idea of ensuring Tameside is a great place with a vibrant economy.

What's happening in my borough

Healthy Living

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Health Advice

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NHS Greater Manchester has commissioned life-saving online training to support those who are concerned that an autistic person they know may be at risk of suicide
Read more about New suicide awareness training to support autistic people in Greater Manchester

Healthy Living

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The Pharmacy First service provides some prescription medicines for seven conditions, if needed, without a GP appointment. Meaning you can get help without the wait.
Read more about Think Pharmacy First

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