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CONTACT

Trafford ICP
Trafford Town Hall
Talbot Road
Stretford, M32 0TH

Email:
gmicb-tr.mail@nhs.net

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Key people

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Place-based Lead
Sara Todd - Chief Executive at Trafford Council

About us

The borough of Trafford has long been a place to live and age well. Steeped in history, it’s also a national and international hub for culture and leisure, home to Manchester United, Coronation Street studios, Chill Factore and the Trafford Centre. Our diverse population of more than 237,000 people guides us as we develop and deliver health and social care services that our residents deserve.

Trafford Integrated Care Partnership planning is built around our towns – Altrincham, Stretford, Urmston, Partington and Sale – and neighbourhoods, and by working with other localities in the Greater Manchester Integrated Care Partnership. We’ll achieve our aims by bringing together partners and colleagues to design and deliver on our ambitions for better lives for our most vulnerable people; better wellbeing for our population; and better connections across our communities.

Trafford’s six major priority areas for improving and maintaining people’s health and wellbeing are: prevention of illness and long-term conditions; helping people to live well at home; planned care such as routine operations; urgent care services like emergency departments; children’s services; and mental health.

What's happening in my borough

Healthy Living

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Why making small changes can have a big impact on our stress levels
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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