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Latest updates following recent incident

Updated 3:30pm 23/11/2021

For anyone affected by recent events we have a range of support offers in place. 

The Police cordon has now been removed but the main entrance area is still restricted by a hospital cordon while repair works take place. 

There is now a Mobile Police Station located on the hospital site and an increased Security presence remains in place.

Patient parking is still being diverted to our Mulgrave Street overspill car park. 

Patients must continue to enter the hospital via the New Neonatal Unit only until further notice.

Our services are running as close to normal as possible so please attend Liverpool Women's as planned unless you are contacted to advise you otherwise.

For further updates on how we are dealing with this incident CLICK HERE





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March is FREE Wills month

During the month of March those aged 55 and over have the opportunity to have their simple Will written or updated free of charge, by using the participating solicitors in locations across the UK. Please see:

Our supporters Donna and Ian have chosen to leave a gift in their Will for our Neonatal unit following the time they spent on the unit with their son Cameron before he passed.

Here is Ian and Donna's story


“My wife Donna and I were parents of Cameron,  a baby boy delivered at 27 week's gestation who was cared for by the team on the Neo Natal unit at the hospital.  Cameron spent 3 months in nursery 7 where the Consultants, Doctors, amazing Nurses and support staff looked after him in the most fantastic, caring, dignified way.

Our boy never came home with us but the staff at the hospital made the time we did have with him no less special than any other parents with a new baby, all be it in the most difficult of circumstances some days.

The hospital also gave support to us, not just emotionally but would encourage us to have a break away from his bed side as we were also living at the hospital for the duration of his stay because we are from Thornton - Cleveleys. We had coffee afternoons on the unit just for parents who were in the same situation as us, we met other parents in our nursery and would go for walks together or out to have a bite to eat with the nurses re assuring us that it was good for us to do that and re charge our batteries.

Our time spent at the Liverpool women's hospital was a time that is filled with lots of different emotions but it is time that we will never forget and was made easier by the amazing staff that cared for Cameron and for us. 

I wanted to leave a gift in my will as a way of saying a big thank you, we will never forget the care given to our special little boy from a special team”

If you would like to leave a Gift in your Will to support the services at Liverpool Women’s Hospital please contact for further information and click here to see our leaflet. You can also get in touch with your solicitor.