We work closely with NHS organisations, bringing the benefits of our research more quickly to patients.
Health Innovation Manchester
Health Innovation Manchester is an academic health science and innovation system, at the forefront of transforming the health and wellbeing of Greater Manchester’s 2.8 million citizens.
Manchester Academic Health Science Centre (MAHSC)
Part of Health Innovation manchester, MAHSC is a partnership between six NHS organisations in Greater Manchester and The University of Manchester. The partnership is based on a federal model and is the first AHSC in the UK to cover the full spectrum of care: acute, specialist, mental health, primary care and commissioning.
GM Health and Social Care Partnership
The Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership oversees the devolution of health and social care services. Its aim is to achieve the biggest, fastest improvement to the health and wellbeing of the Greater Manchester region.
Our four main Trusts
- Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT)
- Salford Royal NSH Foundation Trust and Northern Care Alliance
- The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
- Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust
Regional NHS networks
The University is a member of the Northern Health Science Alliance (NHSA).
The NHSA is a new partnership established by the leading universities and NHS hospital trusts in the north of England to improve the health and wealth of the region by creating an internationally recognised life science and healthcare system.