Taking Charge of Care in Greater Manchester
Before moving to our new integrated care system, we asked everyone – from nurses and social workers to local charities and residents – what they thought would help to make Greater Manchester a healthier place to live.
Read how these views fed into our big five-year plan, Taking Charge.
A Greener NHS for Greater Manchester
Climate change is the single biggest threat to our planet, environment, and the people of Greater Manchester. The principal aim of healthcare is to improve people’s health, yet we know that carbon emissions and pollution generated by healthcare delivery are having the opposite effect. We are the first integrated care system to declare a climate emergency.
Visit our Green Plan page for more information or read our Green Plan below,.
Workforce Collaborative Annual Report
The Covid-19 pandemic presented the biggest challenge ever faced as a health and care system. Our workforce in Greater Manchester responded with remarkable dedication to caring for others.
Read the 2020-21 report.
Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk Policy
Find out more about how we safeguard the children and adults and keep them safe from harm.
Greater Manchester Mental Wellbeing and Disability Report
In 2020, the Greater Manchester Big Mental Wellbeing Conversation (GMBMWC) was launched to understand the needs of people across the city-region and hear what they think is most important for their mental wellbeing. The goal was to use this information to shape future initiatives and policies, making sure proposals align with the needs and desires of people and communities across Greater Manchester.
Greater Manchester Mental Wellbeing and Disability Report (Easy Read)
This is the easy read version of our Greater Manchester Mental Wellbeing and Disability Report.
What wanted to find out from people in Greater Manchester about their mental wellbeing, to learn how they feel, what worries them, and what they think can be done to make a difference to where they live.
Measuring Mental Wellbeing in Greater Manchester Report 2023
Mental wellbeing is generally understood as a person’s ability to feel good and function well. Supporting and improving people’s mental wellbeing is very important to policy makers, public sector organisations, the community, voluntary and social enterprise sector, and others in Greater Manchester.