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Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (WUTH) is an NHS Foundation Trust that serves the residents of Wirral. Furthermore, it provides healthcare to residents of the Wirral Peninsula as well as the surrounding districts of north-west England and north-western Wales. Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is the largest employer in the area and the only Emergency Department on the Wirral peninsula, making it the beating heart of the local community. The Trust has received a number of national awards in areas such as dermatology, dementia, patient experience, patient safety, scientific innovation, and staff involvement. 

 

WUTH is committed to the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of challenging illnesses and diseases. Its members are experts in women's and children's health, as well as cancer, infection, neurological disorders, and gastrointestinal disorders.

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KNOW THE LOCATION

Located in northern England, Wirral is a metropolitan borough in the Metropolitan County of Merseyside and the historic county of Cheshire. It is located on the Wirral peninsula, which is bordered by the River Mersey, the Irish Sea, and the River Dee. It is the largest city on the peninsula.

 

The Metropolitan Borough of Wirral is a metropolitan borough in the county of Merseyside in the United Kingdom's North West region. Located on the Wirral Peninsula's northern tip, it is home to 321,238 people and covers an area of 60 square miles. Birkenhead, Wallasey, Bebington, Heswall, Hoylake, and West Kirby are among the major settlements in the area.

 

For most of its history, Wirral was a part of Cheshire; according to the Domesday Book, the northern boundary with the rest of the county was marked by "two arrow falls from Chester's city walls." But since the passage of the Local Government Act 1972, only the southern third of the county has remained in Cheshire, with the remainder being in the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, which is now part of the contemporary county of Merseyside.

Education

There are all-ability (comprehensive) schools in the Wirral, as well as grammar schools. The all-ability schools accept students from a wide variety of abilities and do not discriminate against them...

 

There are a variety of distinctions between the different categories of school, but the variances in admissions are primarily related to the tasks of the governing bodies of the various schools in each category. In Wirral, there are 26 secondary schools to choose from.

 

In the Wirral region, there are six grammar schools, and one in the city of Liverpool (The Blue Coat School). Testing is conducted by the Blue Coat School, St. Anselm's College, and Upton Hall School.

The Best 10 Colleges & Universities in Wirral, Merseyside, United Kingdom

1. University of Liverpool

2. John Moores University

3. Edge Hill University

4. Taurus Training

5. Carmel College

6. St John Rigby College

7. Vocational College

8. Liverpool Community College

9. Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts

10. Liverpool Hope University

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Transport 

Walking and Cycling: Wirral benefits from several local on and off-road cycle routes and paths, as well as National Cycle Network Route 56 which runs from Sea combe along the coast to New Brighton and Leasow, and then south through Wirral via Brim stage to Neston, and the Wirral Circular Trail (Regional Route 89) which runs predominantly along Wirral’s coastline. Over recent years significant investment has been made in improving infrastructure for cyclists as a result of funding secured from the Department for Transport. As a result, main roads such as the A41 have new facilities for cyclists and pedestrians enabling easier and safer journeys to be undertaken by bike and on foot.

Rail: Trains on the Mersey rail Wirral Line are operated by Mersey rail Electrics, while other trains are operated by Transport for Wales. The Mersey Railway Tunnel connects the majority of Wirral (between 4 and 6 trains per hour) to Ellesmere Port, Chester, and Liverpool. The Borderlands rail line, on the other hand, runs hourly services from Wrexham to Bidston.

 

Bus: Merseytravel coordinates buses and bus passes in Wirral in collaboration with private bus operators, the main operators being Stagecoach and Arriva. Merseytravel is also in charge of the borough's bus stations and shelters. Buses account for 8 out of every 10 public transportation journeys in Merseyside, amounting to 136.7 million journeys per year. Every day, 100,000 people take the bus to work, and another 60,000 young people take the bus to school or training.

 

Ferry: Wirral is also served by a commuter shuttle ferry service from Seacombe to Pier Head in Liverpool, as well as a tourist 'daily explorer' ferry service that stops at Woodside in Birkenhead. Every year, 450,000 to 500,000 passengers board the daily explorer ferry, outnumbering the equivalent commuter service by a factor of three. 9 Merseytravel heavily subsidises the operation of the Ferry Service and the terminals at Seacombe and Woodside.

Leisure 

Welcoming visitors from all walks of life—from outdoor enthusiasts to history buffs to sports enthusiasts and cultural connoisseurs—to our stunning peninsula is an honour.

You'll be able to spend your days relaxing on pristine beaches or hiking to remote islands that are home to unique marine species, including a grey seal colony that visits frequently. U-Boat Story is a fascinating World War II history museum, while our assortment of kid-friendly entertainment will keep the whole family entertained. In Wirral, you'll never run out of things to do.

Wirral's peninsula location makes it ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. Our various beaches and coastal pathways make it an ideal place for walkers, cyclists, and those who enjoy water sports. Visit our world-famous Birkenhead Park, which served as inspiration for Central Park in New York City, if you prefer to stay in the country. Woodland and farm-themed attractions can also be found in the area.

When it comes to things to do in Wirral, you'll find a wide variety of historic sights and activities. One of the oldest and most historic buildings on Merseyside, Birkenhead Priory was built in 1150 and has been restored to its former splendour.

 

Port Sunlight Village is another must-see historic site. Lord Leverhulme envisioned this unusual 19th-century garden village, which is home to more than 900 historically significant structures that were initially constructed to accommodate his soap manufacturing employees. Take a ride on the world-famous Mersey Ferries, which offer both commuter and leisure services on the River Mersey to Liverpool, as well as intriguing canal cruises. Every ferry port offers a unique feature to keep the whole family entertained or occupied.

 

If you're looking for something else to do in Wirral, you'll find lots of options elsewhere in the area. More than a dozen museums and galleries, including the Lady Lever Art Gallery and Williamson Art Gallery, may be found in Ness Botanic Gardens.

 

The Beatles, one of the most well-known bands in the world, were formed in Wirral. Check out the band's ties to the Isle of Wight, where they performed in front of the UK's largest-ever live audience.

 

Of course, Wirral wouldn't be the same without its many great golf courses, including the Royal Liverpool Golf Club, which has hosted the Open Championship on multiple times.

 

In addition to Brim stage Hall Courtyard, Birkenhead Market, and the town of West Kirby, Wirral has a wide variety of retail attractions.

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Why should you choose Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust?

 

WCHC takes pride in providing decent working conditions, lifelong development, equitable pay and benefits, employee involvement, and a healthy work/life balance.

 

Here's a quick rundown of some of the perks of working for WCHC:

  • A flexible schedule

  • Minimum paid holiday and bank holiday entitlement is 27 days per year

  • Assistance with child-rearing responsibilities

  • Policies that are supportive to families

  • Chances for a more flexible work schedule

  • Possibility to become a member of the NHS pension scheme

  • Vouchers for child care

  • Discounts on health-care services

  • Counselling provided to employees

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