Transforming our Neonatal Unit
Liverpool Women’s is pleased to announce the Trust will be receiving £15m funding to improve and upgrade its existing Neonatal Unit. Plans to improve the existing Neonatal Unit have been in place for some time as an essential requirement to keep our premature babies safe while the long-term future of Liverpool Women’s services is determined. A better facility will help to improve the patient and family experience whilst also providing an interim solution to tackle some of our clinical challenges.
Examine your options
Winter weather can be seriously bad for our health, especially for people aged 65 or older and those with long-term health conditions. Cold and damp weather, ice, snow and high winds can all aggravate existing health problems and make people more vulnerable to illnesses that are more common in the winter. But don’t worry, there are lots of things you can do to stay well this winter.
Annual Members' Meeting 2017
We would be delighted if you would join us for our Annual Members’ Meeting, Saturday, 14th October 2017, 10am-12:30pm. Please come along with your family and friends and meet our friendly staff to find out what is happening at Liverpool Women’s.
Join The Honeysuckle Team for a Service of Remembrance
The Honeysuckle Team at Liverpool Women’s Hospital invite all bereaved families who have been affected by miscarriage, stillbirth, compassionate induction and early neonatal death, to join them for a service of reflection and hope for all faiths and none.