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How nurses helped shape the NHS’s latest cancer hospital into something incredible

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Liverpool opened its doors in June, and nurses were pivotal in its planning and day-to-day operations

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Liverpool opened its doors in June, and nurses were pivotal in its planning and day-to-day operations

  • 11-storey hospital is latest hub in Clatterbridge Cancer Centre trust’s network across Cheshire and Merseyside
  • Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool is part of a £162 million programme of investment to expand and improve cancer care
  • Hub delivers specialist care, including pioneering immunotherapy and radiotherapy, to 2.4 million people in the region
Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Liverpool

Opening a new specialist cancer hospital in the midst of a pandemic sounds like the challenge of a lifetime, but Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust was determined its new hospital in Liverpool would open to patients on

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