'Cash-strapped' Liverpool Women's Hospital could move
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'Cash-strapped' Liverpool Women's Hospital could move

A specialist £30m hospital that opened 21 years ago could move to a new site amid claims its current services are not affordable.

The Liverpool Women's Hospital Trust said it would consult on four options, also saying patient needs had changed.

Its preference is a new hospital next to the new Royal Liverpool Hospital, just over a mile away.

Other options are a new hospital at Alder Hey and either a major upgrade or small improvements to the current site.

  • 06 Jan 2017