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"The new Royal will be a centre for specialist, complex and emergency care and a comprehensive cancer centre will be developed besides the new Royal giving the people of Liverpool world class care closer to home."
Help us write our Trust’s exciting next chapter
A message from the Chief Executive
The new Royal will be one of the world’s most advanced hospitals when it opens its doors. Every one of the 646 inpatients will have their own private room with ensuite facilities. There will be 18 state-of-the-art theatres and 23 wards, including a large clinical research facility. The new Royal will be a centre for specialist, complex and emergency care and a comprehensive cancer centre will be developed besides the new Royal giving the people of Liverpool world class care closer to home. The new hospital, built on a site just a few metres from the existing buildings, will bring jobs and investment to the city, driving forward the area’s regeneration, and provide modern healthcare facilities which are second-to-none.
Chief executive, Peter Williams
Inside one of the UK's top Trusts
We are one of the busiest university teaching hospitals in the North of England and provide a huge range of specialist services to more than 750,000 people a year from a catchment area of more than two million residents.
Our emergency department cares for over 92,000 people a year, and the Trust also looks after around 114,000 day case and inpatient surgical cases and over 600,000 outpatient appointments each year.
We are one of Liverpool’s biggest employers, with 7.600 employees, and has an annual budget of around £530 million. Through the Linda McCartney Centre for the diagnosis, treatment, care and research of cancer we provide local, regional and national services.
As a major teaching hospital we have links with all universities in Liverpool, but especially with the University of Liverpool’s medical and clinical schools and Liverpool John Moores University for nurse training.