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Reporting an incident
To Report Incident/Raise Concern please use the link.
Raising Concerns – A big thank you!
A huge thank you to those who have raised concerns so far that have enabled the Trust to act on the issues raised and fundamentally contribute towards improving patient care, the service we provide and the working environment for all.
Our Freedom to Speak Up (FTSU) Guardian service has been in place since April 2015 and so far we’ve seen many improvements made including staffing levels and skill mix in certain areas; challenge and improvement of current processes and practices and help to support improvement of working relationships within teams. We have also helped support the identification of equipment needed in certain areas.
If you see or hear anything that you feel isn’t right, please continue to help us in making our workplace and NHS the best that it can be by telling someone and escalating your concerns if they continue to remain unresolved!
If you need help with raising your concern, please contact one of our Freedom to Speak Up Guardians on ext 7396 bleep 7396 with full details of all of our Guardians and further support available via the Trusts intranet site under “Raising Concerns”.
For more information about Security and Car parking please click on the following link - Security and Car Parking
Mindfulness - Mindfulness means paying attention to what’s happening in the present moment in the mind, body and external environment, with an attitude of curiosity and kindness. For more information please use the link above.
This picture book will help you communicate your basic needs and help ensure you receive
the best patient care. Please click here to access the booklet.
For the full information regarding Eliminating Mixed Sex Accommodation please click this link
For the full information regarding the Equality and Diversity Policy please click this link
For the This is Me booklet please click this link
Volunteers are being sought to make a difference to patient care and experience by joining the Reading Group at Wirral University Teaching Hospital.
The Reading Group provides a valuable service by proofreading and offering views on the many patient leaflets it produces in-house.
You can find the Reading Group article from the Liverpool Echo at this link
Or for more information about the group and how to join, contact Joanna Ashworth-Jones by sending an email to johanna.ashworth-jones@ or by calling 0151 604 7004.