Andy Burnham has said that a week after the first peak in coronavirus cases was declared nationally, Greater Manchester is passing through its own peak.
Although the rate of increase in the number of new cases in GMCR has slowed, it is still too early to begin to think about returning to business as usual, according to Mayor Andy Burnham and Council Leader Sir Richard Leese.
UK hospitals were forced into winter meltdown 18 years ago when a flu outbreak spread.
‘People coming out of Aleppo looked like they were in a concentration camp’: Q&A with Syria Relief executive Tasneem Albarazi
In the wake of the siege of Eastern Aleppo by pro Assad forces, and the continuing horror and strife across Syria, MM spoke with Syria Relief media executive Tasneem Albarazi.
A revolutionary heart attack sensor has been developed by researchers from Manchester University’s School of Materials.
After a ‘horrific’ hospital birth with their first son Oscar, Inspiral Carpet’s keys player Clint Boon and his wife ditched the clinical wards for the comfort of their cosy Stockport home.
A local campaign group have stated that ‘our NHS faces extinction’, as they lead the fight to prevent the downgrading of six district hospitals in Greater Manchester.
The wellbeing of the Manchester’s residents is in for a boost thanks to a new partnership being formed under the devolution of health and social care.
Unhealthier together? Patients and protesters slam ‘cost-driven’ cuts ‘ruining’ Manchester’s healthcare
Patients and campaigners are rallying together as the announcement comes that many of Greater Manchester’s hospitals are set to be downgraded after Healthier Together’s review of healthcare.
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust has been rated as ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission.
As news hits of NHS crises across the country continues this week, the future of our health service seems uncertain, but 92% of Manchester are sure they do not want it to be privatisation.