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At Wirral Women and Children's Hospital, we're focused 100% on the needs of women. 

Everything we do is dedicated to helping you get seen quickly and back to full health as soon as possible, if you do need our treatment:

  • We provide outpatient care for approximately 8000 patients
  • We perform  4500 Gynaecology surgical procedures per year.
  • We provide care for oncology, urodynamics, fertility, and an extensive range of laparoscopic procedures including the treatment of endometriosis.
  • As part of the Pregnancy Counselling Clinic, we also care for patients undergoing termination of pregnancy.
  • We're the only hospital in the region to use the da Vinci surgical robot for procedures like hysterectomies, meaning you'll be in hospital for a much shorter time than you might expect.

Whatever you need us for, you can be sure of world-class facilities and caring, compassionate staff to look after you.

Find out more about our services and why 99% of our patients told us they got the care that mattered to them:

Adrian Hughes

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Adrian Hughes

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Associate Clinical Head of Division – Women and Children’s

Neonatology

Neonatology, Paediatric Epilepsy and Neurology Paediatric Anorexia Nervosa Paediatric Feeding Clinic

Medicines for Children Research – epilepsy and neonatology

Consultant Paediatrician, WUTH

MBChB Manchester University 1986

British Medical Association, British Association of Perinatal Medicine, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Alan Pennycook

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Mr Alan Pennycook

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Consultant in Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine

Resuscitation /Trauma

Department participating in Promise Sepsis Trialv

Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Chair of Resuscitation Committee

1980

British Medical Association, College of Emergency Medicine, Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow, Royal Society of Medicine, Examiner for College of Emergency Medicine

Alice Arch

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Dr Alice Arch

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Consultant Anaesthetist

Anaesthesia

Obstetric Anaesthesia Paediatric Anaesthesia Shared Airway Anaesthesia

Xenon Anaesthesia. Monitoring

Consultant Anaesthetist, WUTH

2003

Royal College of Anaesthetists, Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland, Obstetric Anaesthetists Association, British Medical Association, Manchester Medical Society

Services

The Gynaecology Unit at Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital provides a comprehensive service that covers most aspects of general and specialist gynaecology. The unit is nationally renowned in the field of Minimal Access (keyhole) surgery and is one of the few units in the North West to be able to offer hysterectomy as a day-case procedure.

Services provided by the Gynaecology Unit:

Colposcopy Unit

Colposcopy is a detailed examination of the cervix using a special microscope called a colposcope. It is required as part of the NHS Cervical Screening Program to investigate women who have had abnormal cervical smears and to help decide if treatment is needed.

Most women who have an abnormal smear will not develop cervical cancer, and the colposcopic examination helps to identify the women who are at high risk and arrange for them to be treated before the abnormality becomes serious.

The unit also sees women who have been noted to have an abnormality or abnormal symptoms of either the cervix vagina or vulva.

Services Available:

  • Colposcopy, vaginoscopy and vulvoscopy (Microscope examination of the cervix, vagina or vulva)
  • Diagnosis and treatments including biopsy and loop excision

Routine Investigations:
Patients will be seen by a doctor or specialist nurse where an examination will be performed. If an abnormality is detected this will normally be removed on the same visit using local anaesthetic.

Appointments:
If you have an abnormal smear then you should receive an appointment automatically from the screening laboratory. For other problems your GP or nurse will refer you directly and an appointment will be sent out to you. We regret that you will not be able to refer yourself.

Once we have received the colposcopy referral from your GP or clinic, you will receive details of your appointment within three to five days.

Your referral details are seen by a doctor who will then decide how soon you need an appointment, depending on the degree of abnormality and other factors in your medical history.

For urgent cases you will be seen within two weeks; ‘soon’ cases within two to four weeks; and routine cases within four and six weeks.

If you have any queries about being referred to the Colposcopy Unit please contact the clerks on 0151 604 7775.

Opening Times:
Moday to Friday 8.00am to 6.00pm

How to contact us:
0151 604 7775

We are we based?:
1st floor of Wirral Women & Children’s Hospital in the Gynaecology Treatment Centre.

Key Staff:
Ms Nahid Gul - Lead Consultant for the Colposcopy Unit
Mr David Rowlands - Consultant Colposcopist
Mr Ash Alam - Consultant Colposcopist

Mrs Jill Broughton - Nurse Colposcopist

For further information please visit the following websites:


The British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Cytology
NHS Cervical Screening Program

Early Pregnancy Unit (EPU)

The Early Pregnancy Unit runs in parallel with the Gynaecology Assessment Unit (GAU) and provides services for women with complications of pregnancy such as pain or bleeding up to 16 weeks gestation.

Services Available:
This Unit is an urgent clinic for pregnancy related problems, occurring from 6-16 weeks gestation. Patients present with a variety of problems including:-

  • Bleeding
  • Abdominal pain
  • Hyperemesis (excessive vomiting in pregnancy)
  • Previous Ectopic Pregnancy
  • Previous Molar Pregnancy
  • Reassurance for recurring miscarriage and investigations

There is a dedicated ultrasound service that runs every weekday morning. Patients will be seen by a nurse or by the doctor if necessary. Blood tests may be taken.

If a miscarriage is diagnosed we offer expectant, medical and surgical treatment options.

Routine Investigation:
Most women will need an abdominal or vaginal ultrasound scan to investigate their problem.

Appointments:
Patients need to be referred by their GP or other Health Professional e.g Accident & Emergency, Walk-in Centre, Midwife, Consultant or from the Gynaecology Ward. Most patients can be seen the same day or the next working day.

Opening times:
Every weekday 8.00am to 6.30pm

Where are we based?
1st floor Wirral Women & Children’s Hospital in the Gynaecology Treatment Centre (GTC)

How to contact us:
For advice or appointments please contact the nurses on 0151 604 7450 weekdays 8.00am-6.00pm
Out-of hours helpline - 0151 604 7132

Key Staff:
Liz Phillips EPU nurse
Nina Horton Clinical Nurse Specialist
Joyce McKay Clinical Nurse Specialist

For further information please visit the following websites
http://www.pregnancy.org/

Endometriosis Service

We provide a specialist Endometriosis Service.

The unit is a nationally accredited centre for the treatment of endometriosis and performs extensive surgical procedures in this speciality.

Many surgeons within the unit have specialist interests in Laparoscopic surgery and are constantly striving to improve techniques, procedures and services for patients. As a result of this the unit is also a training establishment for laparoscopic procedures for medical staff throughout the country.

Services Available:

  • Routine gynaecological investigations such as ultrasounds and MRI
  • Medical treatment options such as GnRH injections
  • Laparoscopic (keyhole) surgical treatment options including excision of recto vaginal endometriosis
  • Multi-disciplinary input where required (for example operations may be jointly carried out with the colo-rectal or urological surgical team)

Routine Investigations:

  • may include blood tests, pelvic ultrasound, CT or MRI scans
  • diagnostic laparoscopy may be needed to establish a diagnosis

Appointments:

Mr David Rowlands and Mr Tom Aust are the surgeons for the endometriosis service and run weekly out-patient clinics. Other consultants have an interest in endometriosis and may also see patients in their general clinics.

Mr Darren Smith is a colo-rectal surgeon who specialises in laparoscopic surgery and assists in some cases where the bowel is involved.

Ms Sue King is the endometriosis clinical nurse specialist who assists with operations and also attends the endometriosis clinics.

Patients should be referred by their GP via choose and book or directly to Mr Rowlands or Mr Aust.

Where are we based?:
Out-patient clinics are held on the ground floor of the Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital.

How to contact us:
For general enquiries please contact Mr Rowlands’ secretary on 0151 604 7357, or Mr Aust's secretary on 0151 604 7060.

 

Fertility Service

The fertility Service at Wirral Women and Children’s provides initial investigation and treatment of infertile couples. IVF services are provided by the Hewitt Centre, Liverpool Women’s Hospital.

Services Available:
Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital Fertility Clinic provides a consultant delivered service for the investigation and treatment of couples with fertility problems. Our aim is to complete investigations in a prompt and timely manner so treatment can start within 6 weeks of initial consultation.

The following services are provided;

  • Full fertility investigations (female and male)
  • Lifestyle and pre-pregnancy advice
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome management
  • Ovulation induction monitoring
  • Ovarian reserve testing
  • Investigation of recurrent miscarriage
  • Counselling and support

Our team of highly skilled laparoscopic surgeons can carry out procedures such as fibroid removal, excision of adhesions or excision of endometriosis.

Routine Investigations:
Couples are usually seen together and basic investigations may include blood tests, pelvic ultrasound and semen analysis.

More advanced investigations may include:

  • HyCoSy – ultrasound examination with contrast medium to examine the uterine cavity and fallopian tubes
  • HSG – xray examination with contrast medium to examine the uterine cavity and fallopian tubes
  • Ultrasound examination for ovulation (follicle tracking)
  • Laparoscopy and Dye – a keyhole operation to examine the abdominal cavity and fallopian tubes
  • Hysteroscopy – a telescope examination of the inside of the uterus. This can be performed in outpatients where small fibroids or polyps can be removed and usually does not need an anaesthetic
  • Investigations for male fertility problems are supported by our colleagues in the urology department.

Appointments:
Mr Mike Ellard is the clinical lead for the fertility service and runs a weekly out-patient clinic. Mr Tom Aust helps to run the infertility and IVF service. Other consultants have an interest in subfertility and may also see patients in their general clinics.

Patients should be referred by their GP via choose and book or directly to Mr Ellard/Mr Aust.

Opening Times:
Moday to Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm

Where are we based?:
Out-patient clinics are held on the ground floor of the Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital.

Fertility investigations such as pelvic ultrasound and HyCoSy are carried out in the Gynaecology Treatment Centre on the first floor of the Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital.

HSG examinations are carried out in the x-ray department on the ground floor of the main hospital.

How to contact us:
For general enquiries please contact Mr Ellard’s secretary on 0151 604 7215.
For information, advice and support the clinical nurse specialists can be contacted on 0151 678 5111 x 2662

Key Staff:
Mr Mike Ellard - Lead Consultant

Mr Tom Aust- Consultant Gynaecologist

Carol Westwood - Fertility Nurse
Liz Newton Fertility - Nurse
Sheila Brown Quality - Manager
Patricia Lambert - Counsellor

General Gynaecology

The unit at Wirral Women and Children’s provides outpatients care for around 8000 patients and performs 4500 Gynaecology surgical procedures per year with dedicated gynaecology theatres for both major and day cases and a gynaecology ward.

Services Available
A full range of gynaecology services are provided and all consultants see patients with general gynaecological problems. Dedicated clinics include:

  • Endometriosis
  • Infertility
  • Urogynaecolgical or pelvic floor problems
  • Suspected gynaecological cancer
  • Termination of pregnancy
  • Children under 16 with gynaecological problems
  • Colposcopy
  • Early pregnancy Unit (EPU)

Specialist Nurse Led Clinics
Specialist Nurse led clinics provide support, advice, review, assessment, investigative procedures and treatments and follow up review for patients in the following specialities:

  • Fertility Clinic
  • Urodynamics Clinic
  • Pregnancy Counselling Clinic
  • Early Pregnancy Assessment unit
  • Gynaecology Assessment Unit
  • Hysteroscopy Clinic,
  • Pessary Clinic
  • Rapid Access Clinic
  • Coil check clinic
  • Pelvic Clinic
  • Holistic clinic for oncology patients

Gynaecology Ward
The Gynaecology Ward is led by the Ward Manager Linuji Thomas. The ward currently comprises of 14 inpatient beds and 12 day case beds, providing 24 hour care for patients admitted for both elective (planned) and emergency treatment. The ward provides care for several sub-specialities; these include oncology, urodynamics, fertility, and an extensive range of laparoscopic procedures including the treatment of endometriosis. As part of the Pregnancy Counselling Clinic the ward also provides care for patients undergoing medical termination of pregnancy. Care is also provided to patients admitted up to 20 weeks' gestation who are admitted with complications relating to their pregnancy.

Gynaecology Theatres
The Gynaecology theatre consists of two operating theatres and a recovery area providing surgery and care for around 4500 patients per year. Our highly skilled Surgeons perform a wide range of open and minimal access (keyhole) procedures including hysterectomy and treatment of endometriosis.

Minimal access surgery enables surgeons to perform major surgical procedures, but allows patients to go home often on the same day as surgery, experience a speedy recovery and return to their usual lifestyle within a matter of days or weeks.

Gynaecology Treatment Centre (GTC)
This newly opened area is located on the first floor of the Wirral Women’s and Children’s Hospital and has dedicated consulting, ultrasound and treatment rooms and is where the following clinics are located:

  • Colposcopy
  • Early pregnancy Unit (EPU)
  • Gynaecology Assessment Unit
  • Rapid Access/Postmenopausal bleeding clinic
  • Urodynamics Clinic
  • Out-patient Hysteroscopy and Out-patient endometrial ablation clinics
  • Pregnancy Counselling Clinic (termination of pregnancy)

Appointments:
Patients with general gynaecological problems are referred by their GP who will send a referral letter to Wirral Women and Children's Hospital or give you a reference number which will enable you to access the Choose and Book system. Further information is available at www.chooseandbook.nhs.uk or by calling the Wirral Booking Office on 0151 604 7501. When calling the Wirral Booking Office, please have your reference number and password available.

Where are we based?:
Outpatient Services are provided on the ground floor of the Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital. Dedicated gynaecology theatres are also based here.

The Gynaecology Treatment Centre and the Gyanecology ward (ward 54) are on the first floor.

Gynaecology Assessment Unit (GAU)

We offer a fast-track nurse led comprehensive service for women referred by their GP with urgent gynaecological problems. Most women can be seen on the same day of referral.

Services Available:

  • Diagnosis and management of women with severe pain or bleeding
  • Diagnosis and management of women found or suspected to have pelvic masses, such as fibroids and ovarian cysts
  • Pelvic ultrasound

Routine Investigations:

  • Patients will initially be seen by our nurse specialists with medical support if needed
  • Patients will usually require an ultrasound scan of the pelvis in order to examine the womb and ovaries. This may be performed with a scan through the abdomen or an internal scan through the vagina using a slim probe
  • Some patients will require extra procedures such as biopsy sample from inside the womb, smear tests and swabs. Patients may also require blood tests to help in the diagnosis of their condition.

Appointments:
Patients can be referred to the service by telephone through their GP, directly from our ultrasound department or by another health professional. Most investigations are performed within the unit at the first visit.

Opening times:
Monday to Friday 8.00am to 6.30pm

How to contact us:
For general enquiries, clinical queries or to make an appointment please contact the unit on 0151 604 7450.

Where are we based?:
1st floor of the Women & Children’s Hospital in the Gynaecology Treatment Centre (GTC).

Key Staff:
Joyce McKay- Specialist Nurse
Nina Horton- Specialist Nurse
Anne Broster (Health Care Assistant)
Mr Ash Alam - Lead consultant with a special interest in early pregnancy, acute gynaecology, gynaecological ultrasound and outpatient hysteroscopy.

Gynaecological Cancer Services

All women with a suspected gynaecological cancer who are referred by their GP as an urgent referral will be seen within 2 weeks.

The appointment will be with either Ms Gul’s team in her gynaecology clinic or in the colposcopy, pelvic mass or post menopausal bleeding clinic if this is more appropriate.

Services Available:

  • Colopsopy services
  • Vulval Clinic
  • Gynaecological Cancer clinic
  • Pelvic Mass clinic
  • Outpatient hysteroscopy service
  • Specialist nursing teams

Routine Investigations:
This will depend on the type of cancer suspected but may include:

  • Pelvic ultrasound scan
  • Biopsy of the lining of the womb or other areas as appropriate
  • Cervical smear or Colposcopy
  • Outpatient hysteroscopy
  • CT/MRI scans
  • Blood tests

Appointments:
Patients should be referred to Ms Gul on a suspected Gynaecological cancer proforma. Patients will be seen within 2 weeks in the most appropriate clinic.

Opening times:
Miss Gul’s Gynaecological cancer clinic – every Monday 9.00am - 1.30pm
Pelvic Mass Clinic – Wednesdays 1.30 - 4.30pm
Post Menopausal Bleeding & Colposcopy clinics run daily Monday-Thursday
Vulval Clinic monthly

How to contact us:
For appointment queries please contact Miss Gul’s secretary on 0151 604 7036
For advice, result queries or counselling please contact Gwen Gow, Clinical Nurse Specialist on 0151 678 5111 x 2477

Key Staff:
Miss Nahid Gul – Lead Consultant for Gynaecological Cancer
Gwen Gow – Clinical Nurse Specialist
Jill Broughton – Clinical Nurse Specialist
Samantha Hodkinson – Clinical Nurse Specialist
Gill Steele – Nurse Practitioner

Outpatient Hysteroscopy and Post Menopausal Bleeding Clinic

We offer an Outpatient Hysteroscopy Service for women with heavy or irregular periods and other problems concerning the womb lining or cavity such as bleeding after the menopause.

Services Available:

  • diagnosis and management of women with heavy or irregular periods or bleeding after the menopause
  • insertion of Mirena Coil for treatment of heavy periods
  • Outpatient Endometrial ablation under local anaesthetic for heavy periods
  • Removal of vulval lumps or skin tags under local anaesthetic
  • Vulval biopsies

Routine Investigations:
Most women will have had a pelvic ultrasound scan if needed prior to there appointment, but this can be performed as part of the post menopausal bleeding clinic.

The standard investigation performed in clinic is an out-patient hysteroscopy. Hysteroscopy involves inserting a thin telescope into the womb through the vagina. This can be done without an anaesthetic as an especially thin telescope is used, which causes minimal discomfort and is usually well-tolerated.

Appointments:
Patients are referred to the outpatient hysteroscopy clinic either from other clinics in Women’s Outpatients, or from the Acute Gynaecology unit or from GP’s as part of the 2-week cancer referral pathway for post-menopausal bleeding.

Opening Times:
Monday, Tuesday Wednesday pm clinics
Thursday evening clinic
Friday pm clinic

How to contact us:
For general enquiries please contact the clerks on 0151 604 7775

Where are we based?:
1st floor of the Wirral Women’s and Children’s Hospital in the Gynaecology Treatment Centre (GTC).

Key Staff:
Ms Gill Steele - Specialist Nurse
Mr Ash Alam - Consultant lead for outpatient hysteroscopy
Miss Nahid Gul - Consultant lead for Gynaecological Oncology

 

Pregnancy Counselling and Termination Service

We provide a termination of pregnancy service, which includes advice to women who have not yet decided whether to continue their pregnancy.

Whatever your decision about the pregnancy, we can link you in to local support services if required.

Services Available:
We provide a medical termination of pregnancy (termination of pregnancy using tablets) for women less than 9 weeks pregnant.

If at the appointment you are found to be more than 9 weeks pregnant we will recommend a surgical (operation) termination of pregnancy which can be carried out under local or general anaesthetic. You will need to return for this procedure, usually within 7 days of your appointment.

Medical termination of pregnancy is a two stage process with two different tablets administered 1-3 days apart, and both must be administered in the hospital. The first tablets are taken by mouth after which you can go home with an appointment to return for the second type of tablets in 1-3days. The second tablets are inserted at this appointment vaginally by a doctor or nurse. Most women will be given the option of going home at this point to complete the medical termination at home.

Routine Investigations:
Women will be seen by a doctor and a specialist nurse and will have an ultrasound scan performed to confirm how many weeks pregnant they are, and to make sure the pregnancy is normal. If we cannot be sure that the pregnancy is normal (more likely if the pregnancy is very early) then we may need to delay the termination by a week following a further ultrasound scan.

Blood tests will be taken and you can discuss what contraception you wish to use in future.

A Chlamydia screen on a urine specimen is offered and recommended to all women. HIV tests are also available.

Appointments:
You can be referred from your GP, or from another health service provider.
You can also ring the BPAS booking line directly (08457 30 40 30) to refer yourself and an appointment will be made for you at the Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital.

You will be given written information about the procedure that you have chosen and your future appointments.

Clinic Times:
Clinics are Scheduled for Monday, Thursday and Friday afternoons and Tuesday mornings.

Where are we based?:
1st floor of the Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital in the Gynaecology Treatment Centre (GTC).

Key Staff:

Dr Will Frost - Sessional Doctor
Mr Ash Alam - Consultant lead for Pregnancy Counselling Service

Nurses:

Liz Phillips

For further information please visit the following websites
www.fpa.org.uk
www.bpas.org.uk
www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk
www.patient.co.uk

Urogynaecology and Pelvic Floor Clinic

We offer a comprehensive service for women of all ages who suffer with bladder and bowel incontinence, and prolapse of the genital organs, working in tandem with the Wirral Integrated Continence Service.

In addition we provide a tertiary level service for women with recurrent prolapsed and we are a national training centre for reconstructive and pelvic floor surgery.

Services Available:

  • Urinary incontinence, including urinary frequency and urgency
  • Urodynamics Investigations and treatments
  • Follow-up of women who have had third or fourth degree tears with or without bowel symptoms
  • Pelvic organ prolapse, which may give women symptoms of dragging in the pelvic area, difficulty emptying bladder or bowel, general discomfort in the vaginal area.

Routine investigations
The first appointment includes a number of questions to establish the extent of the problem. An internal examination may be performed with full consent. If there is thought to be a bladder problem urodynamics investigations may be performed by a specialist nurse. A toilet connected to a computer is used to analyse how well your bladder is functioning.

Possible treatments involve pelvic floor exercises and bladder and bowel training, carried out by the physiotherapist and clinical nurse specialist either on an individual basis or in group settings. There are a number of different medications and in some cases surgery may provide the solution to your problem.

Appointments:
Patients should be referred directly to this service by their GP or other health professional.

Opening Times:
Monday - Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm

How to contact us:
For general enquiries please contact Carol Dean, Clinical Nurse Specialist 0151 604 7212 or the Wirral Integrated Continence Service via your G.P.

Where are we based?:
Clinics are held in the women’s outpatient department on the ground floor of the Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital and urodynamics investigations are performed in the Gynaecology Treatment Centre (GTC) on the first floor.

Key Staff:
Mr Mark Doyle Consultant Gynaecologist with special interest in urogynaecology and pelvic floor dysfunction.
Miss Carol Dean - Clinical Nurse Specialist

How to choose us for your care

It's easy to choose us to care for you.

Just tell your GP that you'd like us to treat you and they'll refer you through one of two types of referral:

Routine referral:

Your GP will send a referral letter to Wirral Women and Children's Hospital or give you a reference number which will enable you to access the Choose and Book system.

You can also call the Wirral Booking Office on 0151 604 7501 for more information.

When calling the Wirral Booking Office, please have your reference number and password available.

If the referral is to a specific named consultant, the patient will normally be seen in his or her clinic unless an earlier or more appropriate appointment is available with another consultant.

General referrals will be seen in the next available clinic with an appropriate consultant.

Emergency Referral:

In an emergency patients can be referred to the gynaecology unit in several ways:

Monday to Friday 8.00am – 6.00pm – urgent referrals can be made to the acute gynaecology unit (0151 604 7450) where patients will be seen by specialist nurses and the on-call team if required and ultrasound facilities are available.

Out of hours please contact the on-call gynaecology SHO (or registrar if SHO is unavailable) to discuss the patient and decide an appropriate pathway.

Patients can be seen by the on-call gynaecology team in A&E.

2 week suspected gynaecological cancer referral

Please complete the suspected gynaecological cancer referral proforma. The patient will be seen in 2 weeks in the most appropriate clinic related to the site of the suspected gynaecological cancer.

Our Consultants

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Our Consultants 

Adrian Hughes

Neonatology Read More

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Name:

Adrian Hughes

Position:

Associate Clinical Head of Division – Women and Children’s

Neonatology

Neonatology, Paediatric Epilepsy and Neurology Paediatric Anorexia Nervosa Paediatric Feeding Clinic

Medicines for Children Research – epilepsy and neonatology

Consultant Paediatrician, WUTH

MBChB Manchester University 1986

British Medical Association, British Association of Perinatal Medicine, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Alan Pennycook

Emergency Medicine Read More

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Mr Alan Pennycook

Position:

Consultant in Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine

Resuscitation /Trauma

Department participating in Promise Sepsis Trialv

Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Chair of Resuscitation Committee

1980

British Medical Association, College of Emergency Medicine, Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow, Royal Society of Medicine, Examiner for College of Emergency Medicine

Alice Arch

Anaesthesia Read More

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Dr Alice Arch

Position:

Consultant Anaesthetist

Anaesthesia

Obstetric Anaesthesia Paediatric Anaesthesia Shared Airway Anaesthesia

Xenon Anaesthesia. Monitoring

Consultant Anaesthetist, WUTH

2003

Royal College of Anaesthetists, Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland, Obstetric Anaesthetists Association, British Medical Association, Manchester Medical Society

 

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