Our Patients

  • Brothers Archie and Charlie from Cheadle were both born with a very rare genetic condition called Cleidocranial Dysplasia, which affects only 1 in a million people in the UK. 

  • Ava was just 2 years-old when she was diagnosed with a brain tumour. She told her mum, Charlene, that she felt dizzy, like the room was spinning.

  • Danielle from Bolton suffered a life-threatening head injury when she was struck by a car while out on a family walk aged 15.


    10 year-old Josh has spent almost half of his life at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.

  • Amelia was transferred to the children's hospital at just 8-weeks-old.  Here mum, Annmarie shares her story and how an iMRI would make a big difference to her care... 

  • Ten-year-old Ruby had been suffering with severe migraines.  Her parents took her to her local hospital before she was transferred to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital by emergency ambulance.  Dad Gary shares their story.