You may be aware that over recent years (since 2015), Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust has been working hard to ensure that our services remain fit for future generations of women, babies, their families, and other people we care for.
We have referred to this work as our Future Generations programme.
Future Generations has involved us looking at the services we currently provide to consider how we can make them even better for the future, ensuring that they are delivered in the safest way and in the safest location to meet the needs of our patients.
This work has continued over the last six years but understandably with other more recent priorities such as managing the response to COVID-19, we haven’t been able to make as much progress as we would like.
We are pleased to say that we are now at a stage where we can start talking to our key stakeholders about Future Generations again including our patients, families, staff, and the wider community.
Over the next few weeks and months we will be looking to engage with people who are interested in our plans for the future. This will include a range of engagement activities and we will keep you regularly informed about opportunities to get involved.
To register your interest in getting involved with some of these activities, please complete the following form: https://forms.office.com/r/cDB57NHiVc
You can find out more about Future Generations including a set of frequently asked questions on this section of our website: https://www.liverpoolwomens.nhs.uk/futuregenerations/