Community Health Services
COVID-19 Notice - Patient use of face masks in our community clinics and appointments at home
We are asking that patients who are seen in a community clinic or at home please wear a type 1 face mask for the duration of their visit/appointment. Our community staff can provide you with a type 1 face mask, however, this is voluntary, and only in situations where you can tolerate wearing them. This request is made in the spirit of co-operation and mutual protection for you the patient and our staff. Thank you.
The Northern Care Alliance NHS Group (NCA) manage community health services across Bury, Rochdale and Oldham, along with the surrounding towns and villages.
From Monday 1st July 2019, healthcare services formally managed by Pennine Care NHS FT will be transferred to the NCA and its local integrated health teams.
Click on the links below to locate community health services available in a specific area:
Community Health Services - North Manchester (now provided by MFT)
CQC Reports for Community Services - August 2016
CQC Ratings for Community Inpatient Services - Rating Good - Click to read report
CQC Rating for Community Health Services for Adults - Rating Good - Click to read report
CQC Rating for Community Health Services for Children, Young People and Families - Rating Good - Click to read report
CQC Rating for End of Life Care - Rating Good - Click to read report