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New Royal Liverpool University Hospital

Posted on September 21st, 2022


Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (LUHFT) will begin its move to the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital on Wednesday 28 September.

This is a phased move which will take place across 24 days, meaning that some services will still be running from the old Royal Liverpool University Hospital until their move date and the new hospital will not be fully operational until the Emergency Department moves at the end of the 24th day.

The Trust will regularly update its website and social media channels with the latest move information and how the moves impact services, patients and visitors.

During the move, staff and volunteers will be on hand to assist with any queries or wayfinding.

A&E will remain at the old Royal until Thursday 20 October. Please continue to visit the current A&E department as usual and do not attend the new hospital for emergency care.

The trust’s outpatient departments will be one of the first services to move in and from Tuesday 4 October, the new outpatient department will be operational. Patients will be notified in their appointment letters which clinic they should attend.

From 10 October, inpatient ward moves will commence and over the next few weeks LUHFT will be providing updates on their website in relation to when specific wards will be moving and visiting arrangements for patients.

Staff and volunteers will also be on hand to assist with any queries or wayfinding.

 

How to get to the new Royal hospital – downloadable map

The new Royal Liverpool University Hospital is connected to local active travel routes and serviced by a range of public transport options. Information on accessing the hospital, including accessible parking and disabled access guides, can be found on LUHFT’s website. A downloadable map is also available here.

About the building

The new Royal will play a significant role in improving Liverpool’s physical, social, and economic health. The state-of the-art hospital will be the biggest in the country to provide inpatients with 100% single en-suite bedrooms, improving patient experience, safety and enhanced recovery. More information on the wards and facilities can be found on the website.

FAQs

LUHFT have a dedicated webpage that will be FAQs will be updated to regularly as the move begins. This includes how the move will work, where the bus stops are, visiting arrangements and more.

Content provided by One Liverpool, a partnership of local health and care organisations working together to support a healthier, happier and fairer Liverpool for all.

Published on Wed, 21 Sep 2022 11:16:24 GMT
Modified on Wed, 21 Sep 2022 11:44:57 GMT

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