North West CATS
North West CATS

Getting started

It’s easy to refer a patient to the treatment centre. Simply choose one of the following options:

  • Choose and Book (our preferred method)
  • fax your referral to 0161 228 6247
  • email CUK.generalenquiry-nwcats@nhs.net
  • post your referral to:

    North West NHS CATS
    Patient Management Centre
    3rd Floor
    111 Piccadilly
    Manchester
    M1 2HY

If you are posting, emailing or faxing a referral, please detail the patient’s medical history and any other relevant information that you feel would be beneficial for the consultant at the centre to know. 

Referral criteria and information

How to refer

MSK - Lower Limb

MSK - Upper Limb

MSK - Spinal

Physiotherapy (Direct Access)

Ear, Nose and Throat

Gastroenterology and Endoscopy

Gynaecology

Urology

 

North West NHS CATS

Salford referral criteria - ENT 

Gastroenterology and Endoscopy

Our news

Care UK proud to be selected as part of a new NHS Service

Care UK proud to be selected as part of a new NHS Service

February 26 2016

North West Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (NW CATS) is one of four organisations selected by NHS commissioners to deliver ear nose and throat, gynaecology, orthopaedics, urology, gastro-intestinal and endoscopy services.

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Partnership with colleges benefits students and the community

Partnership with colleges benefits students and the community

September 15 2015

Students from universities and colleges around Greater Manchester will be benefiting from work placements with Care UK’s Greater Manchester Clinical and Assessment Treatment Services (GMCATS), thanks to a partnership between the service and educational institutions.

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Care, courtesy and lots of smiles

Care, courtesy and lots of smiles

April 2 2015

Mrs Pauline Marsh is no stranger to pain – for 10 years the severe osteoarthritis in her knees, ongoing respiratory infections and bursitis in her shoulder had plagued her and limited her mobility to such an extent that she had been given a blue badge. But, on New Year’s Eve, Mrs Marsh found herself in so much pain that she could not stop crying.

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Small changes make a world of difference in Rochdale

Small changes make a world of difference in Rochdale

March 5 2015

The smallest of changes can make the greatest impact and the team at Care UK’s Greater Manchester NHS Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (GMCATS) will be taking those all-important first steps in Rochdale on NHS Change Day on Wednesday March 11.

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