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Wirral University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Our Vision and Values

As one of the North West’s biggest and busiest hospitals our Vision and Values are important to embracing a positive future for our organisation.

To develop our Vision and Values, we spoke to over 2,500 staff and members of the public. If you took part in this engagement, we’d like to say a very big thank you.

Our vision is:


Underpinning our Vision are our Values and behaviours:


So we can deliver these Values we need to make sure we set ourselves some important behaviours and that they’re fully embedded into the organisation. Your feedback has helped shape our new behaviours. Each of which relate to one of our new Values:

Creating our Vision, Values and Behaviours has been a huge piece of work to undertake and it wouldn’t have been possible without the input of staff, patients and visitors. This feedback has been invaluable. 

Here’s a sample of some of the thousands of comments received when people were asked what Values and Behaviours they would like to see in the organisation:

“Being respectful to all”

“Working together to achieve goals”

“To be caring”

“Committed to quality”

“We need to have aspirations”

As you walk through our hospitals you will see our new Vision, Values and Behaviours on our walls and public areas. Your feedback has made it very clear that we must work better together if we’re to be the best organisation to work for and to deliver care. Our new Vision is also about how we work better together with our neighbouring health partners, our patients and of course the public.

This development of our new Vision, Values and Behaviours has been very much a joint effort.

Now the first phase in our future Vision is complete, in the second phase we will unveil our Strategy and future direction for WUTH, so please look out for this in the coming months.