The Royal Liverpool University Hospital (RLUH) was opened in 1978 and replaced several small city hospitals some of which had been established for over 150 years.
It currently has over 50 wards, more than 850 beds (excluding day case and dialysis beds) and has the main accident and emergency department for the city of Liverpool, the largest of its kind in the country.
The major acute services such as cardiology, respiratory care, general surgery and urology are based within the hospital, together with regional and national specialist services in nephrology, renal transplant, renal dialysis, ophthalmology, haematology, bone marrow transplant and vascular surgery.
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