The Northern Care Alliance NHS Group (NCA) is one of the largest NHS organisations in the country bringing together two NHS Trusts, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.
The NCA employs over 19,000 staff and provides a range of hospital and community healthcare services to more than 1 million people across Salford, Oldham, Bury, Rochdale, North Manchester and surrounding areas. Our Care Organisations are responsible for delivering safe, high quality and reliable care to the local communities they serve.
This website provides information about our services across North Manchester, Bury, Rochdale and Oldham, along with the surrounding towns and villages. This area is collectively known as the North-East sector of Greater Manchester and has a population of around 820,000.
Here we provide a range of elective emergency, district general services, some specialist services and operates from four main hospital sites and community clinics. The four main hospital sites are:
- Fairfield General Hospital, Bury
- North Manchester General Hospital
- The Royal Oldham Hospital
- Rochdale Infirmary
Information about Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and the services provided through our Salford Care Organisation, including our major trauma, specialist acute and community services, can be found on our SRFT website at www.srft.nhs.uk
More information about the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group and our four Care Organisations can be found online at www.northerncarealliance.nhs.uk