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CONTACT

Manchester Integrated Care Partnership
Manchester City Council, Town Hall Extension (THX)
Albert Square
Manchester
M60 2LA (for sat navs use M2 5DB)

Email:
mhcc.micp@nhs.net

Call:
0161 213 1750

Key people

Joanne Roney, OBE, is wearing a dark purple jumper with a long necklace chain. The background is a blurred stone building.

Place-based Lead
Joanne Roney,OBE - Chief Executive of Manchester City Council

About us

The first of Britain’s great modern cities, Manchester is a diverse, multi-cultural city, home to just over 580,000 people. There are over 200 languages spoken and places of worship for most religions across the city, including churches, Buddhist centres, Jewish synagogues, and facilities for Sikh and Hindu worship.

Manchester has a history in science, politics, music, arts and sport, and boasts of 25 Nobel prize winners, code breaker and LGBTQ+ icon Alun Turing, Suffragette Leader Emmeline Pankhurst and two world famous football teams.

As a city, Manchester has made great strides in improving outcomes for its residents. Manchester Integrated Care Partnership is building on this progress, working collaboratively with partners to tackle health inequalities and make sure every resident has access to high quality, safe and efficient health and care services.

What's happening in my borough

Healthy Living

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Read more about ‘Make Monday Matter’ and help manage your stress levels

Health Advice

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NHS Greater Manchester has commissioned life-saving online training to support those who are concerned that an autistic person they know may be at risk of suicide
Read more about New suicide awareness training to support autistic people in Greater Manchester

Healthy Living

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The Pharmacy First service provides some prescription medicines for seven conditions, if needed, without a GP appointment. Meaning you can get help without the wait.
Read more about Think Pharmacy First

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