Aintree University Hospital is a large teaching hospital in Liverpool providing Accident & Emergency services and a wide range of acute and non-acute specialties.
The hospital serves North Liverpool, South Sefton and Kirkby, encompassing a population of over 300,000. As a teaching hospital, Aintree provides a range of acute and non-acute specialties, and works in partnership with other organisations to provide community-based services.
The Trust is one of the largest local employers with around 4,000 WTE staff, and has been accredited with the Investor in People Award in recognition of its workplace policies and practices. University Hospital Aintree has a bed complement of 860 inpatients beds and 105 day case beds.
A recognised centre for multi-disciplinary health research and education, Aintree enjoys close collaboration with the University of Liverpool, Edge Hill University, Liverpool John Moores University, the University of Chester and other NHS Trusts. Staff training and education combined with clinical research impacts positively on patient care by helping to attract the very best staff.
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Regional HaNC Centre
The Regional Head and Neck Cancer Centre at Aintree Hospital is where the majority of major head & Neck cancer surgery is undertaken.
The hospital also offer specialist services with a world-class reputation to a population of 1.5m residents across the North West.