Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


All secondary school children in years 7-9 will be offered the flu vaccine this winter.

Boost their immunity this winter ❄️
Whether it's for your family, your health or to save money, keep reminding yourself of your reasons to quit. It will help keep you focused along the way.

Thank you 💙💚
It’s not too late to get to get your flu or COVID-19 vaccines.

Plenty of vaccination sites are open across the North West, so grab a ‘Jabuary’ boost and get protected this winter.

Go to http://ow.ly/lTLk50MwjSH to book an appointment or find a walk-in clinic http://ow.ly/QHcU50MwjSI

If something in your body doesn’t feel right, don’t carry the worry of cancer with you. Tests could put your mind at rest.
Until you find out, you can’t rule it out.

Contact your GP practice. nhs.uk/cancersymptoms
We have vacancies for clinical Theatre staff, book your place at our recruitment event at the Village Hotel on 23 February now to have a chat with the team 💼

Book your space now 🔽
To focus on delivering Active Hospitals, Ready, Dress, Go! has been developed as a practical toolkit to encourage our staff and patients to champion this approach. It is based on the globally successful movement

For information on staying active in hospital, click the link - http://ow.ly/oS4H50LZoUT
Irrespective of any industrial action, please do not hesitate to come forward to get the care you need. If it’s less urgent, please try NHS 111 Online or your local pharmacy or GP practice first.
The effects of flu and COVID-19 can be more serious if you live with diabetes. The free flu and COVID-19 vaccines can boost your immunity this winter. Book yours today.

Have a read of our Charities latest issue 📰💙💚
Cheshire and Merseyside mental health crisis lines:
Cheshire and Wirral – 08001456485
Liverpool and Sefton – 08001456570
Halton, St Helens, Warrington and Knowsley – 0800 051 1508
Cirrhosis or liver disease is becoming common among people in all stages of life but you can prevent it by regulating your drinking. Download the FREE app this and reclaim your health.

App Store https://apple.co/3ka80iv
Google Play https://bit.ly/3i3KYY0
Need medical help? Use 111 online to get assessed and directed to the right place for you, like an urgent treatment centre.

More info: nhs.uk/111
Cheshire and Merseyside have several Urgent treatment centres (UTCs). Most are open early till late seven days a week. Find out more on our website https://www.cheshireandmerseyside.nhs.uk/your-health/winter-wellbeing/urgent-treatment-centres/

We are a leading NHS Foundation Trust providing services from Warrington Hospital, Halton General Hos

Our 4,200 staff treat over 500,000 patients a year from our two hospital sites - and in the community as well.


At Urgent Treatment Centres & Walk-In Centres you can be seen for a wide range of injuries & ailments that require urgent treatment but aren't life-threatening injuries. Please help to keep A&E free for emergencies.


Come along to our Warrington Intensive Care Support Group on Thursday 31 August, 6pm to 8pm.

The group was founded to allow patients and their family and friends to meet in an informal setting and discuss their experiences and concerns.

Book your place now by calling 01925 662651 or 01925 275226 between 09:00 and 16:00, Monday to Friday.


We're reviewing our waiting lists for patients who have outpatient appointments or procedures/surgical treatments as part of a national initiative from NHS England.

We will be contacting these patients and therefore, you may soon receive a letter ✉️ or text message 📲 asking you to provide us with some more information.

This is about whether you would like to remain on the waiting list or no longer wish to go ahead with your appointment or

If you receive a text message it will be from WHHNHS with a link and a pin code to use.

If you are contacted by us, please provide the requested information.

You can find out more about the waiting list review by visiting our website 🔽


If you or your child needs urgent medical help and you don't know what to do, you can go to 111.nhs.uk or call 111 in the first instance. A&E and 999 remain there for any life-threatening health concerns.


Some local pharmacies may have different opening hours over the bank holiday.

To find an open pharmacy near you, visit https://ow.ly/GLmG50PBSHp


Think you need medical help?

Use 111 online to check your symptoms and get the right help.



Before you come to A&E, ask yourself is it an emergency? Is it life threatening? If you’re feeling unwell, but it’s not an emergency you can visit our Runcorn Urgent Treatment Centre (open everyday from 8am to 9pm, please arrive before 8pm)

Remember - always call 999 in an emergency


A 48-hour walkout of consultants has now ended.

Please continue to check our website for the latest updates on NHS industrial action.

Local services are still very busy, so please continue to use NHS 111 Online for non-emergency care.


If you need urgent dental treatment over the bank holiday, contact your usual dentist. If you cannot contact your dentist, use NHS 111 online for information about your local out of hours service. 111.nhs.uk/


GP practices will continue to be open during the consultant's strike.

Please continue to attend your GP and dental appointments, unless you are told otherwise.

For help when your GP practice is closed, use NHS 111 Online.


Join us for a fantastic celebration as we mark the 10th birthday of the Macmillan Delamere Cancer Information and Support Centre! This event will take place on Thursday, September 21, 2023🎉

▶️Pop by any time between 10am-2pm.
▶️Location: The Macmillan Delamere Cancer Information and Support Centre, Halton General Hospital, Cheshire, WA7 2DA

Whether you have been a part of the Macmillan Delamere Centre's journey since the beginning or are new to our centre, this event is a perfect opportunity to connect, celebrate, and show our appreciation for your ongoing support.

Don't miss out on this special occasion!

Reserve your spot now 🔽


🚨Our emergency department is extremely busy 🚨

If it is not an emergency and you are unsure what service to use contact NHS 111 online at 111.nhs.uk or call 111.


If you need urgent medical help and don't know what to do, you can go to http://111.nhs.uk or call 111 in the first instance. A&E and 999 remain there for any life-threatening health concerns.


Today, consultants are taking part in strike action for 48 hours.

Please continue to attend your appointments unless you are contacted and told otherwise.

And for quick health advice, please use 111 online.

For more information visit 🔽


There are GP appointments available this bank holiday, including out of hours appointments if you need one.

If you need urgent health advice you can also go to https://t.co/TNCvjHiKEu or call 111.


We are delighted that our Neonatal Unit’s Family Integrated Care (FICare) model has been shortlisted for a Patient Experience Network award and been awarded green status by North West Neonatal Operational Delivery Network



The September, we will be abseiling down Warrington Hospital in an aim to raise funds for Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 🧗‍♂️

To join our abseil Sunday 10 September, contact us on 01925 662666 or [email protected]



Hospital consultants will be taking a second round of strike action tomorrow, Thursday 24th August at 7am until 7am on Saturday 26 August.

The NHS will contact you if your appointment needs to be rescheduled. If you have not been contacted, please attend your appointment as planned.

For more information visit 🔽


Two doses of the MMR vaccinations can help stop your child becoming seriously unwell with measles.

For more information on how to check your child’s vaccination record, visit nhs.uk/mmr


With the bank holiday approaching, make sure you order your repeat prescription in advance.

For more information on how to do this, visit https://ow.ly/hQL050PBSAk.


Hospital consultants will be taking a second round of strike action for 48 hours from 07:00 on Thursday 24 August until 07:00 on Saturday 26 August in the run up to the Bank Holiday weekend.

For more information visit 🔽

Photos from Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust's post 22/08/2023

No two days are the same when you’re a nurse.

You can choose to work in a variety of settings — from hospital wards and operating theatres to schools and patients’ homes.

Depending on your specialism, you could spend your time helping people overcome mental barriers, nursing newborns, supporting people with learning disabilities or saving lives in A&E.

It’s a whole world of possibility and, whatever you choose, you’re guaranteed to make a real difference to people’s lives, every single day.

You’ll receive World-class training involving a combination of academic study and practical, hands-on experience and enjoy one of the best benefits packages in the UK — which includes a generous pension scheme, exclusive health service discounts and support with things like childcare costs if you need it.

Find out more about becoming a nurse — search ‘nursing careers’.
➡️ https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/we-are-the-nhs/nursing-careers


🚨Warrington Emergency Department is exceptionally busy🚨

We are experiencing very high attendances at our ED today - as a result, there are very long waits to be seen.

Remember - keep ED free for those who are critically ill or injured.

For options: http://ow.ly/2QV050L6ZQ5


If you need urgent medical help and don't know what to do, you can go to 111.nhs.uk or call 111 in the first instance. A&E and 999 remain there for any life-threatening health concerns.


Almost 300 items of office furniture have been donated to local charities and organisations across Warrington during the refurbishment of the former Contact Warrington centre in Horsemarket Street.

The old council offices are being transformed into the new health and wellbeing Living Well Hub, which has received £3m funding from Warrington’s Town Deal as part of a £22m programme of connected schemes across the town and is scheduled to open later this year.

For more information on the Living Well Hub: https://www.warrington.gov.uk/living-well-hub


What is PIFU?

PIFU describes when you, the patient, or your carer, books your follow-up appointments as and when you need them rather than at routine intervals.


ED improvement works 18/08/2023

The improvement works to our Emergency Department (A&E) are now complete. Here is a look behind the scenes. Thank you for your patience during this time.

ED improvement works Completed on Friday 18 August, improvements to floor and environment.


Share your views on Cervical Screening across Cheshire, Merseyside, Lancashire and South Cumbria.
We are asking women and people with a cervix aged between 25-64 to share their views by taking a short online survey https://ow.ly/GhIO50PvK9h


A&E at Warrington Hospital is undergoing estates improvement work until Friday 18 August 5pm, which will require us to close the main entrance to the department during that time.

Please ensure that you follow the signs to access the department from the side entrance (grey door) to the right of the main entrance of A&E. Wheelchair users can access A&E via the Same Day Emergency Care entrance and main entrance follow signs internally for A&E. Please do not hesitate to ask for assistance.


We had a fantastic turnout at our Youth Wellness Market yesterday evening at Warrington Hospital.

Many of our paediatric patients and their families/carers attended and learned about local services & support available to them. We also had fun activities for everyone to get involved in and a tombola with some amazing prizes.

Thank you to everyone who attended 💙


Measles cases are rising in England. Make sure your child is up to date with their MMR vaccinations.

For more information visit nhs.uk/mmr


From 1 Sept, the vaccination programme will change so that teens and gay and bisexual men under 25 yrs will only need a single HPV jab to prevent HPV-related cancers.

More info🔽


If you’re considering your options this , there’s still time to find the right path for you. You can join the NHS through clearing. Find out more – search NHS careers. http://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/


Take a sneak peek at our new Maternity Triage Unit 👀


If you are invited to attend the Maternity Triage Unit, please note that we have moved to a new purpose-built unit with its own entrance at the rear of Croft Wing.

To find the unit from Croft Wing main entrance turn right and go round the building following the pink wayfinding signage to the unit entrance and press the buzzer for reception. There are four dedicated signposted parking bays for visitors next door to the unit entrance.

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