|Royal Manchester Children's Hospital|
|Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust|
Royal Manchester Children's Hospital
|Location||Oxford Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, England|
|Funding||NHS foundation trust|
|Hospital type||Teaching, Specialist (Paediatric)|
|Affiliated university||School of Medical Sciences, University of Manchester|
|Emergency department||Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Centre|
|Lists||Hospitals in England|
The Royal Manchester Children's Hospital is a children's hospital in Oxford Road, Manchester, England. The Royal Manchester Children's Hospital is managed by the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust.
A new hospital was required to replace services previously provided by the Pendlebury Children's Hospital at Pendlebury in the City of Salford, Booth Hall Children's Hospital at Blackley in north-Manchester, and neonatal care from Saint Mary's Hospital, Manchester. It was procured under a Private Finance Initiative contract in 2004. The new hospital, which was designed by Anshen & Allen and built by Bovis Lend Lease at a cost of approximately £500 million, was completed in April 2009 and opened in June 2009.
RMCH is the largest children's hospital in the UK and treats 185,000 children each year.