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Critical Care fund

Thank you for wanting to learn more about our Critical Care fund.  All funds raised help the  Intensive Care and High Dependency Units at Arrowe park Hospital and some of our most critically ill patients.  This fund is intended to further improve the quality of patient care, by raising funds to purchase medical equipment, improve facilities and by directly enhancing the experiences of patients.




The fund has had many active supporters including the Cricitcal Care staff themselves.  Previously they have completed the Tough Mudder event as a team. The most recent team challenge took place in November 2020 and staff were challenged to virtually journey the distance from Land’s End to John O’Groats, a total of 1083 miles, over one week during the Covid-19 pandemic.  The rasied an amazing £8600 during this challenge.

Critical Care Unit staff


“Our year has been dominated by COVID 19. We have faced the biggest challenge to hit the NHS in living memory. Our Team has cared for many patients, their families and each other during these testing times. Life has been far from normal and we cannot forget each and every one of the patients we have cared for. We have come together as a team to deliver the best care possible in very difficult conditions." Nadine weeks Lead Nurse for Critical Care and the Deteriorating Patient

The Critical Care Team were united in taking on this challenge. They wanted to do something in memory of those patients who didn’t leave the Critical Care Unit.

If you would like to learn more about how you can support the Critical Care fund contact us on 0151 482 7788 or email

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Two new echocardiogram machines for Cardiology

WUTH Charity Heart Care funds new echocardiogram machines

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Emergency Department trolley systems

The Trust’s Emergency Department (ED) provides care for patients from the Wirral and the surrounding area.  Each year, it cares for over 90,000 patients and is one of the Trust’s busiest departments.

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