Greater Manchester CATS
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Welcome to Greater Manchester NHS Clinical Assessment & Treatment Service

Our service, also known as Greater Manchester NHS CATS, provides fast and convenient access to high quality diagnostics and clinical assessment for people in the Greater Manchester region. 

We work closely with GPs, local hospitals and other healthcare professionals to ensure you get the treatment you need as quickly as possible. As well as mobile clinical units, we work in health centres, GP practices and leisure centres. You can find us in Bolton, Denton, Longsight, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford and Stretford.

Our service is run by Care UK, an independent company that only provides services to NHS patients. We have an impressive track record in patient care and clinical success. Find out more.

We hope you find what you need on this site. If you have any questions, please give us a call.


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February 13th 2015

Patients from across Greater Manchester joined Care UK’s Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (GMCATS) to give their views on what dignity means to them as part of Dignity Action Day.

February 9th 2015

Belinda Moore, the Chair of Care UK’s Wellbeing Foundation Board, talks about why the Foundation is supporting music therapy initiatives and outlines some of the charities which have already benefited from its grassroots grants.

January 5th 2015

Pat Phillips, operations manager at Greater Manchester NHS CATS, describes how it has achieved its initial ambition to decrease hospital admissions through the use of an electronic patient record from IMS MAXIMS.

March 4th 2015

A four week campaign to encourage people with the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) to visit their GP has been launched in the midlands.

March 4th 2015

A four week campaign to encourage people with the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) to visit their GP has been launched in the midlands.

February 27th 2015

The government has announced it will invest more than £300 million into dementia research and innovation as part of a five year strategy to improve care and awareness of the condition.

February 26th 2015

Have you ever noticed a yellow or orange box on the wall or in the reception area of a public building and wondered what it’s for? Chances are it’s a defibrillator.

February 25th 2015

National eating disorders charity Beat estimates that conditions such as anorexia and bulimia cost the UK economy £15 billion each year when factoring in treatment, reduced productivity and lost earnings.

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