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Our Services

From A&E to Vascular Surgery - we provide a wide range of services across our hospitals and in the local community.

You can use our A-Z service catalogue to view information pages on many of our services with details of what we provide, locations and opening times.


 

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  • We provide urgent treatment for serious and life threatening conditions for patients from across Warrington, Runcorn and Widnes.

    Location: Warrington Hospital

    More information here.
  • The Acute Respiratory Infection Virtual Ward is for Warrington and Halton Hospitals patients with an acute respiratory infection (list of conditions under 'What is a Virtual Ward?'), who in discussion with clinical staff are being cared for in the comfort of their own home.

    More information here.
  • At Warrington Hospital and out in Warrington community we provide assessment and, if appropriate, therapy programmes, support and advice for people who have acquired difficulties with communication and/or swallowing.

    More information here.
  • We provide anaesthetic services across our hospital sites. Anaesthesia literally means ‘loss of sensation’. Medications that cause anaesthesia are called anaesthetics.

    More information here.
  • Warrington Anticoagulation Service is a Nurse led team managed by the Pharmacy Department with clinical leadership provided by the Consultant Haematologists.

    More information here.
  • IMPORTANT UPDATE

    Due to COVID-19, all services are by appointment ONLY.
    This applies to all sites across Warrington, Runcorn and Widnes.
    Please telephone or email the department for current advice. Tel: 01925 662420 Email: whh.audiology@nhs.net

    Location: Warrington Hospital, Halton General Hospital

    More information here.
  • Our bereavement service offers one-to-one support for relatives and those close to patients who have died in the hospital. The service offers practical advice and support about what needs to be done during this difficult time.

    More information here.
  • We provide services for taking one-off or regular blood tests.

    Location: Warrington Hospital, Halton General Hospital

    More information here.
  • Breast screening for the Warrington, Halton and St Helens area is managed from the screening office in the Kendrick Wing, Warrington Hospital.

    More information here.
  • We provide a first class breast surgery service at Warrington and Halton Hospitals. This is mainly based at Halton General Hospital, although some complex surgery work takes place at Warrington Hospital.

    More information here.
  • Angiography is a test that uses an injection of contrast (X-ray ‘dye’) to visualise the coronary arteries of the heart using X-rays. The test shows if the arteries have narrowed and helps decide what management the patient requires in the future.

    More information here.
  • The Cardio Respiratory Department consists of a dedicated team of cardiac physiologists, associate practitioners and assistant technical officers that provide a wide variety of cardiac investigations to inpatients, outpatients and GP open access referrals.

    More information here.
  • We provide an extensive cardiology service with a full cardio-respiratory department, cardiac catheter laboratory and the Acute Cardiac Care Unit at Warrington Hospital.
    We also provide outpatient services, ECG and a cardiac rehabilitation service at Halton General Hospital.

    More information here.
  • Welcome to our CPAP service page. The CPAP service is located in the Cardio-Respiratory Department at The Nightingale Building, formerly known as Halton Hospital. It is run by a small team of dedicated clinical physiologists. We hope you find this information useful as an additional support tool for your CPAP therapy.

    More information here.
  • Critical Care Units are specialist hospital wards that provide intensive care treatment and monitoring for people in a critically ill or unstable condition.

    More information here.
  • The Forget Me Not unit is our specialist ward for caring for acute hospital patients with dementia.

    Location: Warrington Hospital

    More information here.
  • We provide services at both Warrington and Halton hospitals and our philosophy is to support patients and health care professionals to manage care safely and effectively in both primary (community) and secondary (hospital) care.

    More information here.
  • This multidisciplinary team treats adults and children within the inpatient, outpatient and community settings. We provide an evidence based service to our patients to help treat a range of conditions with dietary therapy.

    Location:

    More information here.
  • The Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Department diagnoses and treats diseases of the ear, nose, throat and the head and neck .

    More information here.
  • An endoscopy is used to investigate unusual symptoms and to help perform types of surgery. We have specialist endoscopy units at both of our hospital sites.

    More information here.
  • The aim of Warrington & Halton NHS Foundation Trust’s Virtual Fracture Clinic, is to get you (the patient) to the right specialist at the outset.

    More information here.
  • Our gynaecology services are provided by a highly specialised team of medical and nursing staff.

    More information here.
  • The Halton Community Therapy team is an integrated multi-disciplinary team composed of Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Therapy assistants serving Halton residents aged 18+, who are registered with a Halton GP.

    More information here.
  • Providing support and advice on your infant feeding choices, such as breastfeeding and formula (bottle) feeding.

    More information here.
  • Do you still have symptoms more than 12 weeks after having COVID? If so, there is a chance that you may have developed Long COVID and if that's the case, Warrington & Halton Teaching Hospital's Long COVID Service is here to help you!

    More information here.
  • The Macmillan Delamere Support and Information Service at Halton General Hospital provides a confidential, drop-in service for anyone affected by cancer.

    More information here.
  • Our Maternity Unit supports women to birth their babies, whether your choice is to have your baby at home or here at Warrington in our modern, fully equipped Maternity Unit.

    Location:

    More information here.
  • The Musculoskeletal Clinical Assessment and Triage Service (MSKCATS) is service for patients aged 16 and over with any muscle or joint problem who have a Widnes or Runcorn GP

    Location:

    More information here.
  • Our neonatal unit provides care for babies born prematurely or who need some extra expert care after being born.

    More information here.
  • Occupational therapy provides practical support to enable people to facilitate recovery and overcome any barriers that prevent them from doing the activities (occupations) that matter to them.

    More information here.
  • Our ophthalmology department provides first class eye care and surgical services for a wide range of eye conditions.

    Location: Warrington Hospital

    More information here.
  • Orthodontics (Ortho meaning straight and dontics meaning teeth) is a specialised branch of dentistry that is concerned with straightening irregular teeth and jaws.

    More information here.
  • We provide a full range of orthopaedic surgery - including hip replacements, sports medicine and upper and lower joint specialties.

    More information here.
  • Orthoptics refers to a discipline dealing with the detection, diagnosis and management of patients with eye disorders such as nystagmus, binocular vision, and amblyopia.

    Location:

    More information here.
  • Our Department of Orthotics helps to treat and rehabilitate patients by providing an orthosis to aid movement, correct deformity and relieve discomfort.

    More information here.
  • Our paediatric team provide a wide range of specialist and general services for children and young people.

    More information here.
  • Palliative Care is an approach that strives to improve the quality of life of patients and their families who face life-threatening illness, by providing pain and symptom relief, spiritual and psychosocial support from diagnosis to the end of life into bereavement.

    Location:

    More information here.
  • Pathology services provide the study and diagnosis of disease through examination of organs, tissues, bodily fluids, and whole bodies (autopsies)

    Location: Warrington Hospital

    More information here.
  • Providing patients with prescription medication as an inpatient and outpatient service.

    More information here.
  • Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.

    More information here.
  • The Radiology department provides a wide range of diagnostic imaging services and is available on both hospital sites.

    Location: Warrington Hospital, Halton General Hospital

    More information here.
  • The urgent treatment centre provides care for illness as well as injury and preventing local people from needing to travel to A&E.

    More information here.
  • Please note from 1st October 2019, sexual health services in Halton including contraception, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections will be delivered by Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust (RLBUHT).

    Location:

    More information here.
  • Whatever your goals, WHH can put you in touch with those who can help you every step of the way.

    Location:

    More information here.
  • Our stroke service strives to achieve high quality patient care. We provide a comprehensive service which aims to ensure that every stroke patient receives the best care throughout their journey from admission to follow up after discharge.

    More information here.
  • At Warrington and Halton Hospitals we have a combined total of 16 Operating Theatres and 2 Maternity Theatres across our 2 hospital sites.

    Location:

    More information here.
  • Our nurse-led tissue viability service provides advice and support to nursing and healthcare professionals, aiming to develop and improve practice and raise the quality and standards of care in Tissue Viability for hospital inpatients.

    More information here.
  • Urology is one of the most varied branches of surgery, encompassing diseases of kidneys, bladder and prostate.

    More information here.
  • We provide an extensive vascular service at the hospitals with outpatient services provided at Warrington Hospital, Halton General Hospital and in Widnes.

    More information here.