What is MAHSC
Manchester Academic Health Science Centre (MAHSC) is a partnership between the below organisations.
- The University of Manchester
- The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
- University Hospital South Manchester
- Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
- Salford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)
- Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT)
- Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust (MMHSCT)
MAHSC partners share a common goal of providing patients and clinicians with rapid access to the latest discoveries, and improving the quality and effectiveness of patient care.
Our partnership, established in 2009, is at the heart of an extraordinary cluster of enterprise and discovery in the North of England.
Through extensive local, national and global collaborations, MAHSC is becoming a major biomedical and health hub, providing clinical and research leadership and helping healthcare organisations to reap the benefits of research and innovation to drive improvements in care.
Manchester Cancer is the name of the cancer work stream of MAHSC.
The key responsibilities of Manchester Cancer are to:
- Ensure a successful future BRC application for cancer
- Ensure the cancer theme contributes to the re-designation of MAHSC
- Ensure the implementation of an IOG (improving outcomes guidance) compliant configuration of specialist surgical services
- Ensure the further development of cancer education across Manchester
A structure and work programme to deliver this exciting agenda has been developed.
Click here to visit the MAHSC website.