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Accelerating

progress

with new medical technologies

Welcome to the future of healthcare business incubation

The MedTECH Centre Incubator is the first joint venture between the NHS (Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & TRUSTECH) and the private sector (Manchester Science Parks) with the objective of stimulating the growth of successful healthcare technology companies.

A home for your MedTECH business start up.

The MedTECH Centre is a specialist business incubator for innovators who are developing technology which can help the NHS to provide high-quality, efficient care to its patients. 

You do not have to work for the NHS to base your company in MTCi.

The MedTECH Centre provides a new approach to the development of medical technology. where the NHS and the private sector collaborate to meet the needs of the healthcare system.

Access to NHS expertise.

The incubator is within a few minutes walking distance of the largest clinical academic campus in Europe, comprising five hospitals which treat around a million patients each year (St Mary’s Hospital (women’s hospital), Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Manchester Dental Hospital and Manchester Royal Infirmary) and the Manchester Universities.

Stimulating Health and Wealth.

Innovators have the chance to work alongside NHS partners to accelerate new products into the NHS market. 

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Vacancy at CENTRAL MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST

If you have a science/business park, inward investment or business development background, ideally gained in health or life sciences, and are looking for a brand new challenge then read on...

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Invention for Innovation (i4i) Product Development Awards - Call 14 opens 26th April 2017

Applications are invited for translational funding to support early and late stages of R&D of medical devices, active implantable devices and in vitro diagnostic devices in any area of existing or emerging clinical need.

No funding limit is imposed, but applicants must fully justify all costs. The funding period is for up to three years.

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Social Enterprise-Good for Entrepreneurs and Society

03 May 2017

Have you got an idea for a new service or technology that could benefit patients? If so, consider attending this free event to explore how a social enterprise could help you to achieve your goals.

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Can you help to test the latest developments in wearable technology?

Smartlife is looking for volunteers of all shapes and sizes to take part in a small study.

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