In September 2011, NMGH starts a Transition Clinic, to provide services to the 14-24-year age group every 3 weeks.
Around 60 young people are currently attending and, in contrast to NMGH, this client group is mainly young people who have acquired HIV in their late teens/early 20s.
There is also a very small number of children and young people within other North West areas (for example, Derbyshire and Lancashire) who are living with HIV, some of whom attend NMGH. Others, however, either access healthcare in adult HIV clinics or in non-HIV-specific paediatric clinics.
"And our confidence and commitment to NMGH is demonstrated with the 300 additional doctors, nurses and frontline hospital and community staff we have working in NMGH today compared to 2016.
"The leadership of the Northern Care Alliance and staff at NMGH are all committed to continuing the development and improvement of services at NMGH, and we are pleased that the dedication, hard work and improvements made by staff have been recognised by the CQC.