My team and I welcome you to Spire Manchester Hospital – experts in our field, with a proven track record in delivering excellent care for all our patients and their families. Our team  consistently strive to ensure that the clinical outcomes we achieve for you, meet or exceed your expectations. To do this we will put you first, as caring for our patients needs  is our highest priority, along with our focus on clinical excellence and delivering on our promises.

Chris Chadwick, Director, Spire Manchester Hospital

Spire Manchester facts and figures 2015

  • Satisfaction:

    99.7%

    In 2015 patients rated Spire Manchester Hospital as 'excellent', 'very good' or 'good'

  • Infection control:

    0

    rate of MRSA per 10,000 bed days. NHS average 0.09 (NHS acute Trust data 2015/2016)

  • Beds:

    53

    including 49 private rooms and a 4 bed HDU

  • Theatres:

    4

    4 theatres including 2 with laminar flow and an additonal endoscopy suite

  • Imaging:

    8

    including MRI, CT, Xray, Digital Mammography and ultrasound

  • Parking:

    Free

    free parking is available at Spire Manchester Hospital for both our patients and their visitors

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Spire Manchester Hospital News & Events

07.07.2016 - Mr Chris Peach talks us through preventing upper limb tennis injuries. As we look forward to the Wimbledon final, the lucky few who will travel down to SW19 can dream of sunshine, strawberries and cream and enjoyable tennis, whilst the rest of the club tennis players are staying at home. For those who are continuing to play this summer, it may not be at the forefront of your minds to consider the frequency and burden of injury to the upper limb in what is a non-contact and leisurely pastime.

05.07.2016 - Professor Sanjiv Jari talks us through preventing injuries in sport. We are all told, repeatedly that sport and exercise is good for us and important for us to do, for various reasons, including weight control, mental and physical wellbeing, reduction of body fat, improving lean muscle mass, social interaction and so forth. However, if you play sport or do exercise, then be prepared to suffer injuries, which ultimately are the bane of sportsman’s lives.

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