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Young and at-risk urged to get latest top-up COVID-19 vaccine

Last updated on Wednesday, June 5, 2024

Young and at-risk urged to come forward for latest top-up COVID-19 vaccine in the last few weeks of spring programme Younger people who are at extra risk from COVID-19 are being urged to get their life-saving spring vaccine before the latest offer ends on Sunday 30 June. NHS England – North Wes...

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Last updated on Wednesday, May 19, 2021

COVID-19 Research As well as dealing with the on-going care of our COVID-19 patients, it’s vitally important that we contribute to national research efforts to understand the disease and how we can develop ways to respond in the future.  We are recruiting positive COVID-19 patients in hospital t...

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New diagnostics service in Wirral to boost access to care

Last updated on Monday, November 22, 2021

Patients across Wirral are benefiting from earlier diagnostic testing thanks to national investment in a new service called Clatterbridge Diagnostics. This is one of the first Community Diagnostic Centres in England that are being established as part of a national programme aimed at increasing d...

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Critical Care Department (ICU & HDU)

Last updated on Tuesday, May 2, 2023

The Critical Care Department at Arrowe Park Hospital cares for some of the hospitals most seriously ill patients. The department is divided into 2 areas: Intensive Care Unit (ICU) The Intensive Care Unit (ICU), also known as Intensive Therapy Unit (ITU), is a unit within the hospital that looks...

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Information for Parents on Strep A

Last updated on Wednesday, December 7, 2022

There are lots of viruses that cause sore throats, colds and coughs circulating, especially over winter. These usually resolve without needing any special medical treatment or medicines. However, children can occasionally develop a bacterial infection on top of a viral infection and that can make...

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