Salford Care Organisation is responsible for a range of community and primary care services across the city and at Salford Royal Hospital. It also provides specialist services to Greater Manchester and beyond. We aim to deliver safe, clean and personal care to all.
Salford Royal was the first hospital in the north of England to achieve the highest rating of Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission. It’s now the major trauma centre for Greater Manchester and the hub site for high-risk emergency general surgery for Salford, Bolton and Wigan.
Home to the Manchester Centre for Clinical Neurosciences and the Geoffrey Jefferson Brain Research Centre, we’re also a University Teaching Trust with a team dedicated to training and educating clinicians of the future.
A new £68million extension is currently being built which will include a resuscitation area, five emergency theatres, inpatient beds and diagnostic imaging. The James Potter Building will also have a helipad, meaning seriously ill patients will reach the site even quicker for their life-saving treatment.
From 2023, the new facility will aim to receive 90% of all major trauma patients in Greater Manchester.