Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust was created on 1 December 2008 from what was formerly known as North Cheshire Hospitals NHS Trust. The trust comprises Warrington Hospital, Halton General Hospital in Runcorn and Houghton Hall in Warrington and is responsible for a budget of around £200 million per annum. 4,100 staff work across the hospitals and provide access to care for a population of over 500,000 people. In 2019 it began discussions of a merger with Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
Our WHH Strategy sets out the vision for the next five years for your hospitals, setting out the plans that we have to continue to deliver high quality, safe and sustainable health and care services for the local population of Warrington and Halton and beyond. It highlights any changes that you might see to our services as we adapt to the demands from an ageing population and the rapidly changing local and national picture across the wider NHS.
Warrington is an industrial town in the borough of the same name in Cheshire, England. The town sits on the banks of the River Mersey and until 1974, part of Lancashire. It is 19 miles (31 km) east of Liverpool, and 19 miles (31 km) west of Manchester.
Is Warrington UK a nice place to live?
The people living in the town live a happy life, there are good job prospects for residents and the cost of living there is low as compared to other areas but that is not it, Warrington is also known as the gateway to the North and it lies between two very famous cities of England, Manchester, and Liverpool.