Liverpool Women's Hospital has been classified as one of the safest hospitals in the country in the latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) Intelligent Monitoring Report.
The Trust is named in band 6 of the CQC's risk ratings, after every trust in the country has been graded from band 1 (highest risk) to band 6 (lowest risk).
The report, which replaces the CQC's previous approach to monitoring the risk profile of individual trusts, is based on 150 individual indicators examining a range of factors including patient experience, waiting times, death rates, staff views and leadership and governance of the Trust.
Kathryn Thomson, Chief Executive at Liverpool Women’s, said: "We’re delighted that the Trust has been recognised as one of the safest in the country. The Trust is dedicated to providing safe, high quality care to patients and their families and this latest report from the CQC reflects this."