Royal Liverpool University Hospital

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The Royal Liverpool University Hospital is a large teaching hospital in Liverpool, England. It is part of the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital NHS Trust and is associated with the University of Liverpool. The building was constructed between 1966 and 1978 on a site opposite the old Liverpool Royal Infirmary. It has the largest accident and emergency department of its kind in the country. The Hospital was officially opened by HRH Princess Alexandra of Kent.

In 2000, The Linda McCartney Centre, a cancer clinic, had its grand opening at The Royal Liverpool University Hospital. The main hospital building is earmarked for demolition in 2012 when a £451 million complex is expected to be built on the same site.


In 2007, the Healthcare Commission rated Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust "Good" for 'Quality of Services' and Good for 'Use of Resources'.


The Royal Liverpool University Hospital is a major teaching hospital for student doctors, nurses, dentists and allied health professionals. The hospital works with the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University.


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