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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.

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Cervical Screening Awareness Week

This week is Cervical Screening Awareness Week (14-20 June), an annual event that aims to highlight the importance of attending for regular cervical screening when invited.

Cervical screening looks for HPV, if your cells are normal you will have 3 yearly regular screening up to the age of 50 and then every 5 years after this up to the age of 64.

Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers, Sue Manuel, Nurse Colposcopist at Liverpool Women’s Hospital urges you to attend for cervical screening when invited. Screening allows for early cell changes to be detected that need to be monitored or treated. If this is the case you will be referred to the specialist team here at Liverpool Women’s.

If you are frightened please speak with your GP or nurse practitioner, you can also visit Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust website for lots of helpful information.

Please go for your smear, cervical cancer really is preventable.

14 June 2021