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Community Health Services in Manchester

We provide a wide range of community based health services for adults and children, supporting health and wellbeing promotion, minor ailments and serious or long-term conditions.

Children's Services

Adults' Services

Audiology and Newborn Hearing Screening Programme


Cerebral Palsy Network

Child Health Records

Children and Family Weight Management Service

Children's Community Nursing Team

Children's Continence Service

Children's Special Needs Nursing Service

Chronic Disease Specialists

Community Paediatrics


Family Nurse Partnership

Health Visiting

Healthy Schools


Home Ventilation

Homeless Families Health Visiting Team

Occupational Therapy (Children and Young People)

Optical Problems

Orthoptics Service

Palliative Care

Physiotherapy (Children and Young People)

Primary Care Emergency Centre, Manchester Royal Infirmary

School Health Service

Speech and Language Therapy (Children and Young People)

Vulnerable Baby Service

Walk-In Centre

Active Case Management (ACM)


Central Manchester Falls Service

Continence Service Central Manchester

Contraception & Sexual Health Service

Dental Service (Community)

District Nursing Days (Central)

District Nursing Service (Evening and Night)

Domiciliary Physiotherapy (Community)

Ear and Nose Clinic (Central Manchester Tier 2 ENT)




Funded Care Service


Intermediate Care (Central Manchester)

Macmillan Care

Manchester Learning Disability Partnership

Manchester Sickle Cell & Thalassaemia Service (MSCTC)

Musculoskeletal (Community Central Tier 2) CAT Clinics

Musculoskeletal (msk) Physiotherapy Clinics (central)

Nutrition Service (Community)

Nursing Home Support Team Central District


Podiatry Service (Central)

R U Clear (Sexual health screening)

Tissue Viability (Citywide)

Treatment Room (Central Manchester)

Walk-In Centre

Patient Experience Standards

During your (your child's) care with us we commit to ensure that your needs are at the centre of your care.  We respect the fact that you have the right to choose, accept or decline treatment and will ensure that you have appropriate information and support to enable you to make informed decisions.  At any point during your (your child's) care you can choose to have a second opinion.  If you wish to gain a second opinion you should discuss this request with your GP or Consultant.

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