Coronary means 'about the heart'.
This unit provides emergency help to people with a heart problem. It explains what may happen if you are referred to us.
A team of Doctors, Nurses, Specialist Nurses and other Allied Health Professionals who will help you return to good health following a cardiac event.
We offer specialist care for those patients who have acute problems related to the heart, including patients with heart rhythm disturbances, angina, heart attacks or heart failure, heart valve infections and birth-related heart complications.
This specialist unit was introduced in November 2002 to enhance the assessment and subsequent management of patients presenting with acute cardiac conditions, referred directly by GPs or via the ED or AMAU.
The unit provides:
Patients who have problems related to the heart. These patients may attended A&E initially have been referred directly from their GP. Other patients may be transferred to us from other wards.
You will be cared for by a specialist team of Doctors, Nurses and Allied Health Professionals with the aim of restoring your health.
When your problem is no longer deemed acute, you may be transferred to our General Cardiology ward on 3A or back home.
The staff on CCU/HEC consist of Cardiac Consultants, Junior Doctors, Nurses and Specialist Nurses and other Allied Health professionals.
We can be found on the 3rd floor of the Royal Liverpool Hospital, on the A,B,C side. There are lifts or stairs that can be used to access the ward.
Liverpool Royal Hospital