Hospital Services

Manchester Hospital

Manchester Diabetes Centre:

South Manchester Diabetes Team:

North Manchester Diabetes Team: - Referral for this would need to be completed via GP

Nutrition and Dietetic Service

North Manchester:

South Manchester:

Central Manchester - Referral for this needs to be completed by an HCP

ABL Nutrition Support:


Central Manchester: - By GP referral

South Manchester: - By HCP or self-referral

North Manchester: - By HCP or self-referral

Specialist Nurse Clinics

Central Manchester: No fully integrated diabetes specialist nursing team: Pilot in place for 7 practices (Hulme, Rusholme and Moss Side neighbourhood) at present but  due to end March 2020

South Manchester

North Manchester:


Community Services

Support Groups

Sugar Group

Diabetes UK North West:

Chinese Health Information Centre:

Expert Patient’s Programme_ Supporting with long term health conditions

Indian Senior Citizens Centre: Day Support Services for elderly Indians (50yrs+) 

Lifestyle and Well Being

Buzz- The health and Wellbeing Service for people and communities in Manchester:

Cycling in Manchester:

Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation Trust:

Physical Activity Referral Service: - Referral by GP

Manchester and Salford Ramblers:

Manchester Cares:

Stop smoking

Manchester City Council: Get help to stop smoking:

Have a look at the GM Health Hub website which has lots of great resources to support people across Greater Manchester to stop smoking.

Support for Carers

Manchester Carers Network:

Manchester Carers Centre:

Manchester City Council: Caring for Someone:

Health Research Opportunities

Help BEAT Diabetes is part of the Research for the Future family, an NHS campaign encouraging people in Manchester and across the rest of Greater Manchester to get involved in health research. 

Health research has the power to change lives.  It is through research that the NHS is able to develop better treatments, as well as improve diagnosis, prevention, care and quality of life. Be part of the change and help develop medicines for the future.