Greater Manchester CATS
  • Greater Manchester CATS

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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March 14th 2014

The next generation of health professionals is being given a helping hand across Greater Manchester by an independent provider of health and social care services.

January 31st 2014

Care UK's Health Care division has unveiled its privacy and dignity policy to mark national Dignity Action Day on 1st February – with a vow that people’s interests must always come first.

January 31st 2014

Greater Manchester NHS Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service received a routine inspection from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the inspector passed the centre on all five core standards.

April 24th 2014

A report published today by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has warned that by 2017 demand for care will outstrip the number of people who are able to provide it for their relatives.

April 24th 2014

A report published today by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has warned that by 2017 demand for care will outstrip the number of people who are able to provide it for their relatives.

April 10th 2014

A report by the Nuffield Trust’s Quality Watch programme has issued a stark warning about the damaging effect cuts to social services spending is having on older people. The report concludes that the true scale of the impact is unknown because of...

April 8th 2014

Arthritis Care has joined a number of English health charities to appeal to the government to follow the example of other UK countries and abolish prescription charges for those suffering from long-term chronic health conditions.

March 24th 2014

National eating disorders charity Beat is calling for public support to help it achieve its vision of no more preventable deaths from eating disorders.

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