Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool, Merseyside


Aintree University Hospital is one of the leading hospital located at Aintree University Hospital, Lower Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside, L9 7AL. You can reach out to the office of Aintree University Hospital via phone at 01515 255980. Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is responsible for the planning and commissioning of Aintree University Hospital.
Hospital services fall under secondary care and, with the exception of emergency care, patients need a referral to access treatment. Hospitals themselves are mostly managed by NHS trusts, which ensures high-quality care is provided and that money is spent effeciently. Services and treatments like accident and emergency services, family planning services and treatment for most infectious diseases are free to all in NHS Hospitals. If you are referred for your first outpatient appointment then, you have the right to choose which hospital in England to go to. You are also able to choose which consultant-led will be incharge of your treatment, as long as the team provides the treatment you require.

Contact Information

Aintree University Hospital, Lower Lane
Liverpool, Merseyside, L9 7AL
01515 255980

Hospital Profile

Aintree University Hospital address, phone number, fax number, website, email etc. details are mentioned as below. Patients can call on the below given phone number for appointments.
NameAintree University Hospital
Organization codeREM21
AddressAintree University Hospital, Lower Lane
Liverpool, Merseyside, L9 7AL
Phone number01515 255980
Websitehttp://www.aintreehospital.nhs.uk
Email-
CommissionerAintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Facilities

Aintree University Hospital has following accessibility, parking, accommodation, counselling and support, faith services, food and amenities on-site facilities available which can be availed by incoming patients.

Braille translation serviceYes
Disabled parkingYes
Disabled WCYes
Induction loopYes
Signing service availableYes
Step free accessYes
Wheelchair accessYes
Access to TVYes
Family accommodationYes
Internet accessYes
Mobile phones permittedYes
Public telephoneYes
Single sex accommodation onlyYes
Bringing children to hospital facilities are not available

Bereavement supportYes
Translation servicesYes
No communications facilities available

On-site chapelYes
Prayer areaYes
CafeYes
PharmacyYes
ShopYes
Car ParkingYes
Cycle parkingYes
Disabled parkingYes

Performance

Some measuring parameters of Aintree University Hospital are taken and their fetched values are as mentioned below.
MeasureValue
A&E performancePatients seen within 4 hours
Agency staff as a percentage of average expenditureAverage expenditure with a value of 6%
Care Quality Commission inspection ratingsGood
Choice of breakfastAmongst the best
Choice of food98.24% Amongst the best
Consistency of reporting to the NRLSReported in six of the last six months
Cost of food services per patient per day8.03
Financial performance
Food available between meals
Fresh fruit available
Friends and Family Test score: A&EPatients recommend this hospital. 659 responses
Friends and Family Test score: Staff - Carestaff recommend this hospital for care. 712 responses. 4783 staff work at this trust.
Friends and Family Test score: Staff - Workstaff recommend this hospital as a place to work. 712 responses. 4783 staff work at this trust.
Friends and Family Test: InpatientPatients recommend this hospital. 1097 responses
Health Improvement following groin hernia surgery: Generic quality of life questionnaireAverage
Health Improvement following hip replacement: Condition specific quality of life questionnaireAverage
Health Improvement following knee replacement: Condition specific quality of life questionnaireAverage
Infection control and cleanlinessAmong the worst
Menu approved by dietitian
Mortality rate (in hospital and up to 30 days after discharge)Number of deaths within the expected range
NHS Improvement patient safety noticesGood - All alerts signed off where deadline has passed
Open and honest reportingAmong the worst
Patients assessed for blood clots94.70% of patients assessed
Percentage of patients waiting less than 18 weeks93.37% of patients waiting less than 18 weeks from referral
Potential under-reporting of incidentsLess than expected
Potential under-reporting of incidents resulting in death or severe harmWithin expected range
Proportion of reported incidents that are harmfulWithin the expected range
Quality of food89.52% Amongst the best
Recommended by staffWithin expected range with a value of 70%
Safe Staffingof planned level
Staff who stated the incident reporting procedure was fair and effectiveWithin the middle range

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