North Manchester General Hospital is a large NHS hospital located in Crumpsall in the north of the English city of Manchester. It is operated as part of the Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.
The extensive hospital site was originally three separate hospitals, namely Crumpsall Hospital, Springfield Hospital and Delaunays Hospital.
There is an accident and emergency unit, together with a maternity unit, high dependency unit and a mental health wing. The hospital is now the only hospital in the North Manchester area, with Ancoats Hospital, Manchester Jewish Victoria Hospital, Monsall Hospital and Northern Hospital having closed in the latter part of the 20th century. The modern hospital has wings named Monsall Wing, Ancoats Wing and Jewish Victoria Wing, in memory of these former hospitals.
The hospital has undergone extensive work regarding its size and layout. The main entrance is in the newly built "Phase 1" part of the building, whereas most of the wards are in the old part of the building. A&E is in the new building, along with infectious diseases and tropical medicine.
The hospital has its own radio station, Northern Air Hospital Radio, that has been broadcasting for over 40 years.