History

Primary Care Manchester Limited (PCM) was incorporated in November 2014. It was formed to be a GP Provider Organisation (GPPO), now commonly referred to as a Federation, for the GP practices in the central Manchester CCG area. All the practices signed up to be shareholders, and PCM is therefore owned by these GP practices. The shareholders elect the Board of Directors, who must all work within one of the shareholders' practices. The Board is responsible for running PCM and they employ staff to help with the day to day operation of the services that are provided.


Mission & Vision

Drawing on the experience of GPs and other primary care staff, PCM Ltd will develop and provide high quality, safe and effective health services to support and improve primary healthcare. PCM Ltd is wholly committed to:
  • Ensuring patient safety and the highest clinical standards;
  • Excellent patient and staff experience;
  • Maintaining and improving Primary care.

  • Board of Directors

    Clinical Directorate


    Clinical Director and Chair
    Dr Vishal Mehra
    BSc(Hons) MB ChB (Manchester) DFFP MRCGP

    Medical Director
    Dr Karim Adab
    MB ChB (Manchester)

    Commercial Directorate


    Communications and Engagement Director
    Dr Jon Hopwood
    MB ChB (Bristol) BSc MRCGP DFFP

    Governance Director
    Dr Colin Tate
    DBA (Chester) FCMI MIHM

    Financial Directorate


    Finance Director
    Mrs Kamsa Khan

    Contracts Director
    Mr Scott Brunt

    Operations Team


    Interim Operations Manager
    Mikey Maxwell
    BSc(Hons) CertMgmt(Open)

    Senior Administrator
    Iram Shahzad
     

    Transformation Programme Manager
    Graham Mellors
    MA Process Consultancy

    Project Support Officer
    Sanah Hussain


    Shareholders

    Ailsa Craig Medical Practice 0161 224 5555 Mount Road Surgery 0161 231 4997
    Ashcroft Surgery 0161 224 1329 New Bank Health Centre 0161 277 5600
    Ashville Surgery 0161 881 4293 Parkside Medical Centre 0161 257 3338
    Chorlton Family Practice 0161 881 4545 Princess Road Surgery 0161 445 7805
    Corkland Road Medical Practice 0161 881 6223 Surrey Lodge Group Practice 0161 224 2471
    Cornbrook Medical Practice 0161 872 8129 The Alexandra Practice 0161 860 4400
    Dickenson Road Medical Centre 0161 225 5372 The Arch Medical Practice 0161 226 0606
    Drs Chiu, Koh & Gan's Practice 0161 274 1500 The Docs 0161 237 9490
    Drs Cunningham, Shroff, Barrett & Smith 0161 272 9616 The Range Medical Centre 0161 870 8099
    Dr Ngan & Partners Practice 0161 274 1500 The Robert Darbishire Practice 0161 225 6699
    Gorton Medical Centre 0161 223 1113 The Whitswood Practice 0161 226 3620
    Hawthorn Medical Centre 0161 220 6080 The Wilbraham Surgery 0161 881 6120
    Levenshulme Medical Practice 0161 225 4033 West Gorton Medical Centre 0161 223 5226
    Longsight Medical Practice 0161 256 4488 West Point Medical Centre 0161 248 5100
    Manchester Medical 0161 226 7615 Wilmslow Road Medical Centre 0161 224 2452


    Policies

    Complaints Policy
    Freedom To Speak Up Policy
    For more policies, please login at the MPCP website.
    For more information about confidentiality, please visit https://manchesterpcp.co.uk/services.php.


    Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

    NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard

    NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) requires us to demonstrate progress against a number of indicators of workforce race equality.
    We have committed to implement the WRES from April 2016. In line with the key WRES milestones for 2016 agreed by NHS England, we have published below our baseline data for 2015/16 on the WRES performance indicators including an action plan.
    WRES Baseline

    Equality Information

    The Equality Act (2010) created the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED). The PSED is in two parts, General Duty and Specific Duty.

    The General Duty requires all public authorities to consider the need to:

  • eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment, victimisation and other unlawful acts under the Equality Act;
  • advance equality of opportunity between different groups of people;
  • foster good relations between different groups of people; in carrying out all its activities.
  • The Specific Duty requires us to have equality and diversity objectives and publish certain information in relation to equality.
    Below is information published in relation to meeting the requirements of the Specific Duty.
    Equality Policy
    Equality Report 2016
    EDS2 Summary Report 2017