New measures were announced by the government on Thursday 30 July to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
People in Oldham are being asked to stick to tough Coronavirus restrictions to help protect themselves, their friends and their families.
Visiting patients in our hospitals continues to be suspended and will remain so until further notice to help protect our patients, staff and the general public. This applies to our Salford, Oldham, Bury & Rochdale Care Organisations.
Teams across the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group are celebrating after being shortlisted for five Health Service Journal (HSJ) patient safety awards.
Families across Greater Manchester are being supported with the launch of new resources to help parents and communities with developing their child’s speech and language skills.
The drive to develop the Greater Manchester Digital Platform to transform public services, using state-of-the-art technology, is gathering momentum.
The Health Visiting and School Nursing Team at Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale have identified a gap in the system for parents and carers with children aged 0 – 19 years.
Fewer than 500 Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Protection Orders have been made in England and Wales between their introduction in April 2015 and September 2019.
Staff at the Northern Care Alliance (NCA) have hailed the success of research that’s seen a life-saving treatment for seriously-ill hospital patients with Covid-19 being brought into use across the UK.
A first time mum has paid tribute to the team on the maternity unit at The Royal Oldham Hospital after her baby boy arrived into the world on International Day of the Midwife, in the midst of the Covid19 pandemic lockdown.
Healthwatch Oldham have launched their latest survey and they're looking for your feedback on your health and social care experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The NHS celebrates its 72nd birthday on Sunday 5 July, and many local pubs and restaurants will have already opened.
When I look back on how our organisation has responded to the pandemic and coped over the past few months, I do so with an immense sense of pride.
Volunteering in the NHS is something that anyone with spare time on their hands could consider doing.
The Northern Care Alliance NHS Group (NCA) has confirmed the appointment of Libby McManus from The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kings Lynn NHS Foundation Trust as its new Chief Nurse.
AS the NHS celebrates its 72nd birthday on 5 July, the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group is saying thank you to all its staff for their hard work and dedication, but particularly to those who have worked for many years in the NHS.
As we celebrate the 72nd anniversary of the NHS on July 5 – we wanted to mark the momentous occasion by giving a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to every local business, national organisation, school, community group, religious organisation, member of staff and individual who has made donations to the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group during the Covid pandemic.