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At Pennine MSK Partnership we pride ourselves in offering an excellent experience for all our patients.

We have a large multidisciplinary team of 80 Clinicians and 40 Operational staff who work in the service to provide an outstanding pathway of care for our patients.

Our aim is to provide a truly holistic patient centred pathway delivered in a community setting. Working in Partnership with NHS Oldham and our clinical commissioners we strive to provide the most efficient and effective service with the available resources for the patients of Oldham GP’s.


Latest from Pennine MSK

BSR Conference 2023

We’re at the British Society for Rheumatology Annual Conference 2023 in Manchester this week. The annual Conference is the leading rheumatology event, bringing together over 1,500 delegates for three days of learning, knowledge sharing, networking and innovation.

Thank you to our admin staff

Today on National Administration Professionals Day we are celebrating our wonderful admin team who all go the extra mile for our patients every day and keep the service running like clockwork. A huge thanks to each and every one of them. Here is Edi one of our wonderful team who joined the service recently and is doing an amazing job!

Vita Health Group acquires Pennine MSK Partnership

Vita Health Group has acquired the flagship MSK provider, Pennine MSK Partnership, to further develop its footprint for NHS musculoskeletal (MSK) service provision throughout the UK. Founded in March 2006, and with a team of 90 clinical staff, Pennine MSK Partnership specialises in orthopaedics, rheumatology and persistent pain in community settings across several sites in and around Oldham, Greater Manchester.

Oldham doctor develops new blood test to help arthritis patients

Article featuring Pennine MSK’s Dr Bluett’s research from the Oldham Times. Date published: 20 June 2019. An Oldham based doctor, James Bluett, has developed a new blood test which could help local rheumatoid arthritis patients to better manage their illness by keeping to their medication regimes.