Liverpool Womens NHS Foundation Trust

Population 900,000
Beds 285
Income £94,364k
Comprehensive Surplus £3,427k
Operating Surplus £4,876k
EBITDA
PPI Cap 1.8%
PPI £1,415k
Public Members 10,491

The trust has a private patient unit called the Catharine Suite [1].

The Catharine Suite is Liverpool Women’s private patient unit. It features two consultation rooms, a treatment room and seven individual en-suite rooms superbly decorated and equipped to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

The Annual Report [2] says that it expects more private work:

Development of private patient services; following the passing of the Health and Social Care Bill the Trust will now scope the potential to introduce paid for services to supplement NHS services provided

The Forward Plan [3] lists its competitors as:

Increasingly the Trust is aware of the competitive threat from Independent Midwives (One 2 One midwifery) who have established community based low risk services on the Wirral supported by the local commissioners.

And:

our reproductive medicine service is in direct competition with other NHS providers based in Manchester and with other private providers locally, regionally and nationally.

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[1] www.liverpoolwomens.nhs.uk/Our_Services/Private_Care/
[2] www.monitor-nhsft.gov.uk/sites/all/modules/fckeditor/plugins/ktbrowser/_openTKFile.php?id=12651
[3] In contrast to most trusts, the Forward Plan available on the Monitor website omits the appendices that list risks, CIPs and financial commentary. A Freedom of Information request for these appendices was rejected in tthe grounds of “disclosure would, or would be likely to, prejudice the Trust’s commercial interests”

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