Northern Care Alliance NHS Group

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Northern Care Alliance NHS Group
FormationApril 1, 2017 (2017-04-01)
HeadquartersGreater Manchester, England

The Northern Care Alliance NHS Group (also known as Northern Care Alliance or the NCA) is an NHS organization in Greater Manchester, England. It launched on 1 April 2017 by way of a formal partnership of two NHS Trusts - Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.[1][2]

The NCA launched as a multi-site group model under the leadership of Sir David Nigel Dalton, initially providing healthcare services from six hospitals - Salford Royal, the Royal Oldham Hospital, Fairfield General Hospital Rochdale Infirmary and North Manchester General Hospital - as well as outlying community facilities. At the time of its launch it had 2,000 hospital beds and over 17,000 staff, and served a population of over 1 million.[2] On 1 April 2020 North Manchester General Hospital joined the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) under a management agreement, and is expected to formally leave the NCA in October 2020.[3]


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