Safeguarding

Safeguarding means protecting peoples’ health, wellbeing and human rights, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. It is a key part of providing high-quality health and social care. Those most in need of protection include: children and young people.

Children’s Safeguarding Concerns

Safeguarding Lead :                   Dr Ash Bakhat

Safeguarding Deputy Lead :   Dr Stephen Moore

The Community Safeguarding Team is still based in Rusholme Health Centre and is available for advice and support around safeguarding children’s concerns or if you are unsure you need to make a referral contact them on 0161 861 2250 and if you wish to access the Safeguard Children Team please click here.

Safeguarding Children Team 
Rusholme Health Centre
Walmer Street
M14 5NB

Adult Safeguarding Concerns

Safeguarding Lead :                   Dr Ash Bakhat

Safeguarding Deputy Lead :   Dr Stephen Moore

This page is for anyone over the age of 18 who cannot always protect themselves from harm and may need care services because of mental illness, physical impairment or learning disability, age, illness, or personal circumstances.

If you have an emergency please ring the contact service for social care on 0161 234 5001 or you can access further information by clicking here.

IMPORTANT NOTICE : Coronavirus (COVID-19) If you have arrived back from or recently travelled to any of the affected areas and have symptoms of a cough, runny nose, sore throat, fever, or difficulty breathing please self-isolate immediately and call NHS 111 and you will be guided on how to proceed. --------------PLEASE NOTE WE ARE NOT ISSUING 'FIT TO TRAVEL/FLY OR FACE MASK EXEMPTION LETTERS'--------------
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