Latest Press Releases
Nicky Hill from Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust has been appointed to the new Executive Director role of Chief of People for the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group.
Local residents and Trust members can find out how research improves diagnosis, care and treatment for patients in the NHS at a free talk at Fairfield General Hospital.
EVERY year the nursing and midwifery professions are recognised across the country, and the world, for the invaluable role of midwives and nurses based in hospitals and in the community.
THE Northern Care Alliance NHS Group (NCA) has invested £2.9 million in new CT and mammography equipment for its radiology department in Oldham, Bury, Rochdale and North Manchester.
We are truly shocked and deeply saddened by the awful news of the death of Dr Sally Bradley and her husband Bill Harrop in the Sri Lanka bombings over the weekend.
The Royal Oldham Hospital is inviting local residents and trust members to join them for a free talk to find out more about endometriosis.
THE Northern Care Alliance NHS Group (NCA) is a finalist in two categories in the national Patient Safety Awards.
Northern Care Alliance Chief Executive Raj Jain has shared that news that James is leaving to pursue a fantastic opportunity to take up the role of Chief Executive at Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
A Lead Physiotherapist is inviting trust members, staff and the public to come to Fairfield General Hospital and find out more about the role of Physiotherapy, working with both inpatient and outpatient services, as part of a free talk on Wednesday 10 April, at Fairfield General Hospital.
Healthwatch Oldham is asking Oldham residents and health staff to complete the latest Healthwatch England Survey, to help inform plans for local NHS services.
A new organisation has been launched which aims to transform health and care services for people in the borough.
New artwork at the Neonatal Unit of North Manchester General Hospital was unveiled this weekend, celebrated with a graduation themed event for parents and children who have spent time on the unit.
FAMILIES who have lost a baby in pregnancy, through stillbirth, or shortly after birth, are invited to a special service of remembrance at North Manchester General Hospital on Wednesday 1 May 2019 at 7pm.
Local residents are invited to Fairfield General Hospital for a free event (16 April) to find out more about living healthier lifestyles by becoming sugar smart and increasing exercise.
Fairfield General's lead physiotherapist is inviting trust members, staff and the public to come to the hospital (10th April, 2-3pm) to find out more about the role of physiotherapy.
Sir David will leave the organisation on Friday this week (March 29) and has been spending time with colleagues across the Alliance to say goodbye.
The Northern Care Alliance’s Chief Nurse Elaine Inglesby-Burke CBE has been honoured for her remarkable nursing career by the NHS’ top nurse.
We have stepped up security at The Royal Oldham Hospital after a number of staff robberies.
Health and social care staff in Oldham are supporting a national campaign to highlight the importance of good nutrition and hydration for patients.
Losing a baby can be one of the toughest things that a parent ever has to face, but one brave couple from Oldham have used the loss of their son Dexter to support other parents on the maternity units at The Royal Oldham Hospital by fundraising with family and friends.
THE Wolstenholme Intermediate Care Unit at Rochdale Infirmary has been shortlisted for a national award in the Student Nursing Times 2019 Awards.
Greater Manchester members of the public and professionals are being invited to attend a free information event about Delirium, part of World Delirium Awareness Day on Wednesday 13 March, 10:00 – 15:00 at the Post-Graduate Centre, North Manchester General Hospital.
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust has been given the go ahead to deliver an exciting new programme of digital health technology and electronic patient pathways by NHS England.
The Pharmacy Team at The Royal Oldham Hospital are working with ward nurses and doctors to help speed up the time it takes for patients to be discharged from hospital.
The Royal Oldham Hospital is asking patients who are unable to attend their hospital appointment to do the right thing; cancel or rearrange it and free up the slot for other patients, after recent data highlighted the financial cost of patients not attending.
Can you imagine the day when a black woman is as likely to be shortlisted for a senior position as her white colleague or that an Asian man is no more likely to enter the disciplinary process than a white man? Greater Manchester can.