Improving Mental Health in North Manchester

Mental health services in North Manchester will see large scale investment in modern facilities that GMMH is providing with the opening of an entirely new adult mental health inpatient unit to replace Park House.

£105m in capital funding will be used to replace the current mental health inpatient unit based in Crumpsall on the North Manchester General Hospital site. The current unit, which has 146 acute beds and eight wards, will be completely rebuilt on the hospital site, but in an alternative location to the existing Park House unit. This will allow the new facility to be fully constructed without disturbing current patients and the day-to-day running of services.

GMMH became responsible for the delivery of services at Park House in 2017 and immediately recognised that the unit was a priority for improvement due to its traditional dormitory-style hospital accommodation and set about developing a business case to redevelop the facility. This multi-million pound investment will greatly improve the quality of specialist inpatient care for adults and older people severely affected by mental health problems including schizophrenia, psychosis, depression and dementia.

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Improving North Manchester May Bulletin


Public Engagement Events

A number of public engagement events (including virtual events) are being held for anyone interested - residents, service users, carers and any stakeholders, and we would like to invite you to attend of these public engagement events below:

Public Engagement Event, Ground Floor, Park House, North Manchester General Hospital, Delaunays Road, Crumpsall, Manchester, M8 5RB

  • Tuesday 18 August 2020                  8:30am to 12pm
  • Wednesday 19 August 2020            5pm to 8.30pm
  • Thursday 20 August 2020                12pm to 5pm

Due to the need to be COVID secure, we ask that you register your interest via the following email address and to book into 30-minute slot. The Project Team will be on hand to answer any questions you may have regarding the proposed redevelopment. There will also be boards displaying the images of the proposal. We would really appreciate if you could provide your feedback to us at the event by completing one of our questionnaires on the day.

Virtual Public Engagement Event:

  • Tuesday 18 August 2020                 2pm to 3.30pm
  • Wednesday 19 August 2020            10am to 11.30am

The Project Team will be holding two ‘virtual’ public engagement events through Microsoft Teams, where the Project Team will present the proposals followed by an interactive Q&A session. To register your interest in the above virtual engagement events, please email you will receive a formal invitation to your chosen event.

Please click here to see the Public Consultation Presentation.

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