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This page is about the things that are most important. It explains the main things that we do and our key aims.
You can also download the main documents and reports which show we are doing.
What we do
We aim to provide excellent, safe and accessible health care, supported by teaching and research that improves the quality of life for patients.
Our four main roles are to:
- Provide general hospital services to the adult population of Liverpool
- Provide specialised clinical services to Merseyside, Cheshire and beyond, including parts of North Wales and the Isle of Man
- Be a centre of excellence for biomedical, clinical and health services research teach
- Train people in health professions.
What we are aiming to achieve
- We want to be the hospital of choice for the people of Merseyside, Cheshire and further afield. Our ideals ensure that:
- Patients are at the centre of everything we do
- The highest standards of behaviour are maintained
- New approaches to improving the quality of health care are implemented
- Our staff are developed and we promote equality of opportunity and diversity
- We work together, involving others in the design and delivery of services
- We act decisively to achieve important goals, doing the right things for the right reasons
- We take pride in delivering quality and value for money services.
We produce a range of documents to inform our patients, staff, partners and members of the public about our plans and progress. Some of these are listed below and can be accessed via our document library.
- Annual report and full annual accounts
- Annual Audit Letter
- Corporate Business Plan & Strategic Planning Documents
- Equality and diversity documents including: Race Equality Scheme; Disability Equality Scheme; Equality and Diversity Strategy; Gender Equality Scheme Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Strategy
- Freedom of Information Publication Scheme.
To find out more about our priorities select a subject from the menu.
To order any printed versions of documents or to discuss further please contact the Communications Department calling 0151 706 5489