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Wirral University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Accessibility Statement

Wirral University Teaching Hospital is dedicated to improving the experiences of all users of our website and provide adequate access to as many users as possible.


Browsealoud is a tool that is embedded on our website that allows for instant content translation.
By clicking the orange headphones button on the top right of the page, you can activate the browsealoud function. When this is activated it will display an orange tool bar on the top of the screen. You can use these tools to help you navigate and translate sections of the website
Our website can be translated into 99 languages and read aloud in 40 of the most spoken languages in the world. You can convert any of our web content into an audio file and listen to it offline. You can also block or remove distractions from the page allowing you to focus on the most important parts.

To translate this page, use the orange headphones button (top right) and then select the globe to change the language of the page. Need some help choosing a language? Please refer to the Browsealoud Supported Voices and Languages resource.

You can also translate this page using the Google Translator plugin located in the Accessibility assistance bar at the bottom of the screen.

Text resizing

Some website users may find it necessary to increase or decrease the size of the text on a particular page to help better understand it.
Please use the Accessibility assistance bar at the bottom of the screen to change the text size.
You can also use the CTRL key together with the plus (+) or minus (-) on your keyboard to further increase or decrease page content.

Our continuing improvements to accessibility

We are aware that some aspects of our website require improvement in order to deliver the best possible experience for users of screen reader devices and as such as we are currently in the development process of identifying and resolving these issues. We will update this statement as these changes are implemented.

Reporting accessibility problems

We’re always looking to improve the accessibility of this website. If you find any problems not listed on this page or think we’re not meeting accessibility requirements, please use the Contact Us page