The Greater Manchester (GM) Sexual Health Network was established in 2003 and was the UK’s first comprehensive Sexual Health Network. It currently serves a population of 3 million, including 10 local councils, 12 clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) and 8 acute trusts. It includes HIV, genitourinary medicine, contraception, conception, teenage pregnancy and abortion services provided by the statutory, community and voluntary sectors. Since April 2013, it has worked closely with all sexual health commissioning organisations in Greater Manchester, supporting collaborative working between them to improve clinical outcomes and patient experience, and to ensure that high quality, integrated sexual health services continue to be developed. Neil Jenkinson, led the GM Network over the last ten years.