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Health Care services in Manchester


NHS Manchester

The biggest medical service provider in Manchester is National Health Service (NHS). They offer free health services to UK residents. All other patients who normally don't live in the UK have to pay for NHS services except those emergency treatments.

NHS offers also free 24 hours a day health advice service called NHS Direct where you can enquiry when you are felling bad, or need some information about doctors or dentists in Manchester. They can also advise about nearest pharmacists in Manchester.

To get help from NHS Direct you can dial 0845 4647 or visit


Hospitals and Emergencies

In case of any serious emergencies when ambulance is needed you can dial 999 or use single European emergency number 112.

If you need emergency healthcare just go to an Accident and Emergency (A&E) department at neares to you hospital in Manchester. Below you can find some hospitals in Manchester which offeres A&E: 

  • North Manchester General Hospital 
    Delaunays Road, Crumpsall, Manchester M8 5RB
    0161 624 0420 
  • Spire Manchester Hospital 
    Russell Road, Whalley Range, Manchester, Lancashire M16 8AJ
    0161 226 0112
  • Wythenshawe Hospital 
    Southmoor Road, Wythenshawe, Manchester M23 9LT
    0161 998 7070
  • Withington Community Hospital 
    Nell Lane, Manchester M20 2LR
    0161 434 5555‎
  • Bridgewater Hospital 
    120 Princess Road, Greater Manchester, M15 5AT
    0161 227 0000
  • Royal Manchester Children's Hospital 
    Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL
    0161 276 1234
  • Central Manchester University Hospitals 
    Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9WL
    0161 276 1234
  • Trafford General Hospital 
    Moorside Road, Davyhulme, Manchester M41 5SL
    0161 748 4022


A&E  Minor unjuries units   Walk-in centres  Ambulance services
  • serious injuries
  • uncontrolled bleeding
  • loss of consciousness
  • chest pains longer than 3-5 minutes
  • person not breathing
  • poisoning
  • burns
  • broken bones
  • minor bites
  • minor eye injuries
  • minor burns and scalds
  • sprains and strains
  • check blood pressure
  • minor bites
  • vomitting
  • fever
  • infections
  • reshes
  • serious injuries
  • life at risk

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