The Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at Royal Manchester Children Hospital is a leading centre regionally, nationally and internationally; treating more than 50 children per year with blood disorders, c
Our Respiratory Unit is one of the busiest in the country, with the potential to participate in local, national and international research to help future children being diagnosed with respiratory d
Burn injuries can require years of painful treatments and aftercare and children can face many problems adapting to their scars, rebuilding their self-confidence and reintegrating into a society th
The Harrington Building is home to our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), including the Paediatric Psychosocial Service and theSocial Development Clinic.
The outpatients department sees 39,000 new patients every year, in addition to 113,000 follow up appointments.
Every year, the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit receives approximately 800 admissions with many of these children needing cardiac support and drugs to improve their blood pressure as well as their h