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Advice during upcoming doctors’ industrial action (2-5 October 2023)

Industrial action by hospital consultants and junior doctors is scheduled to take place between 2-5 October. Some of our services may be impacted.

Unless you are advised otherwise, please attend the hospital as normal for any appointments or procedures. 

Further details and advice during these periods can be found HERE.

Corporate documents

Annual Report & Accounts


You can view a video of the Annual Report & Accounts here

Clinical & Quality Strategy

Clinical Audit and Effectiveness Strategy

Complaints Annual Report

Constitutional Documents

Corporate Governance Manual

Digital Services Strategy

Equality and Diversity Annual Report 2022

Francis Report

Green Plan

Guidance for Suppliers

Infection prevention & control annual report

Learning from Deaths 

Operational plan

Our Strategy

Patient Experience Strategy

Patient Safety Incident Response Framework

Privacy Notices

Provider Licence Declarations

 Putting People First

  Quality account

Quality Improvement Framework

Registers of Declarations of Interest, Sponsorship and Gifts

Research, Development & Innovation Strategy

Slavery Act

Anti-Fraud, Bribery and Corruption

The NHS Counter Fraud Authority (NHSCFA) is the organisation tasked to lead the fight against fraud, bribery and corruption in the NHS.

Liverpool Women’s has zero tolerance towards any acts of fraud, bribery, and/or corruption perpetrated against it. If you have any suspicions or concerns against Liverpool Women's, or in the wider NHS, you can report it anonymously by calling the national freephone hotline on 0800 028 40 60 (powered by Crimestoppers 24/7) or completing the online reporting form.