• Our Council of Governors Elections are now open!

    We have 13 seats up for election. We welcome nominations from all members of the communities we serve. The deadline for nomindations is 5pm on Monday 20 February.  Find out more.

  • Improving North Manchester: North View

     Keep up to date with the construction of North View and view our journey of the new development. Find out more.

  • Welcome back to the Recovery Academy!

    The Recovery Academy is back with a range of free face-to-face courses to help promote and manage good mental health and wellbeing. Alongside this we have also launched a brand-new website, and we can’t wait for you to see it!

    Click here to learn more.

  • Join us on our recruitment events!

    Do you want to find out more about specific roles and working for a growing organisation, with care and compassion at the heart of its values? Find out more here

Careers at GMMH

Careers at GMMH

Our people enjoy their work, have opportunities to learn and develop their skills and are encouraged to generate new ideas that improve care for our service users.

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Latest news

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Join our Governor Elections Q&A drop-in sessions

The Trust is currently holding elections for members of the Trust to become Governors on our Council of Governors. We are hosting a series of online drop-in sessions on MS Teams for members of the Tru...

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National Apprenticeship Week 2023 - #SkillsForLife

Monday 6 February is the start of National Apprenticeships Week. The week brings together people and organisations passionate about apprenticeships to celebrate the benefits and opportunities that app...

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Children’s Mental Health Week 2023: how research can help improve services for young people

Find out more about the latest research, from investigating the effectiveness of digital therapeutic technologies to enabling early intervention and treatment for those at highest risk of developing m...

New home-based self-help psychological therapy reduces anxiety and depression in people with heart disease

A study led by Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH) and the University of Manchester (UoM), and funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) has found t...

Industrial Strike Action across Greater Manchester

Ambulance workers from the GMB and Unite Unions affecting North West Ambulance Service will be taking industrial action on Monday 6 February, with further strikes planned by staff from Unison union on...

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“I’m a completely different person now”: the mental health service transforming lives through art, people and places

The Recovery Pathways service, part of Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH), supported over 16,000 people struggling with their mental health in 2022....

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Local testing events have successfully helped GM residents at risk of Hep C infection

160 people were tested for Hep C over two months, with 11 people testing positive. All 11 have now either started or are waiting to start treatment....

Congratulations to Sophie Parker on being named MAHSC Honorary Clinical Chair

Sophie Parker, Director of Youth Mental Health Research Unit and Consultant Clinical Psychologist at GMMH, recognised for her contribution to clinical psychology and research in the area of adolescent...

The journey from shame to awareness for parents of children with attachment related difficulties

New research explores the experiences of parents when learning that their child has attachment related difficulties....

Become a stem cell donor with DKMS - Match4Meriem Campaign

A member of staff from GMMH, Omar Al-Qaisia, is currently campaigning in support of charity DKMS to raise awareness around stem cell donation and help his wife Meriem find a life-saving...

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