About the Greater Manchester Public Health Network
The Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership is the body made up of the 37 NHS organisations and councils in the city region, which is overseeing devolution and taking charge of the £6bn health and social care budget.
Governed by the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Strategic Partnership Board, which meets in public each month, the Partnership comprises the 37 local authority and NHS organisations in Greater Manchester, plus representatives from primary care, NHS England, the community and voluntary sectors, Healthwatch, Greater Manchester Police and the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service.
The Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership team was established on 1 April 2016 to ensure that Greater Manchester delivers on its vision and strategic objectives for health and social care.
As part of the Partnership team, the Greater Manchester Public Health Network supports the 10 Greater Manchester Directors of Public Health to deliver the greatest and fastest possible improvement to the health and wellbeing of the 2.8m people of the city region.