If you have been given an outpatient appointment at the hospitals and are unable to attend for whatever reason you can use the form below.
It is really important that you let us know of any changes as soon as possible. This means we can offer the original appointment to another patient.
Please complete the form below with your contact details and as much information as possible. You can find most of the information we need on your appointment letter.
If you have any problems using this form, please call the number on your appointment letter and we will do our best to help you. You will receive a response from us so you know it has been received and actioned.
If you wish to change the date and time of your appointment you, you can click the re-book option and state any dates that are not suitable for you, or you can contact us using the number on your appointment letter.
We are constantly updating our service catalogue with more services and extra information and also welcome your comments on services that you require more information on or things you would have found useful. Please email WHH.email@example.com to do this.
We provide urgent treatment for serious and life threatening conditions for patients from across Warrington, Runcorn and Widnes.
Location: Warrington Hospital
At Warrington Hospital and out in Warrington community we provide assessment and, if appropriate, therapy programmes, support and advice for people who have acquired difficulties with communication and/or swallowing.
We provide anaesthetic services across our hospital sites. Anaesthesia literally means ‘loss of sensation’. Medications that cause anaesthesia are called anaesthetics.
Our Acute Medical Unit provides consultant led assessment of patients admitted from A&E and their GPs.
Warrington Anticoagulation Service is a Nurse led team managed by the Pharmacy Department with clinical leadership provided by the Consultant Haematologists.
We provide a comprehensive service to adults, in relation to Adult Hearing Assessment, Audiological Rehabilitation, Modern Digital Hearing Aid Fittings and many more
Location: Warrington Hospital, Halton General Hospital
Our bereavement service offers one-to-one support for relatives and those close to patients who have died in the hospital. The service offers practical advice and support about what needs to be done during this difficult time.
Biochemistry involves in the diagnosis and monitoring of disease by measuring the concentration of chemicals in blood, urine, faeces and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
We provide services for taking one-off or regular blood tests.
Breast screening for the Warrington, Halton and St Helens area is managed from the screening office in the Kendrick Wing, Warrington Hospital.
We provide a first class breast surgery service at Warrington and Halton Hospitals. This is mainly based at Halton General Hospital, although some complex surgery work takes place at Warrington Hospital.
Angiography is a test that uses an injection of contrast (X-ray ‘dye’) to visualise the coronary arteries of the heart using X-rays. The test shows if the arteries have narrowed and helps decide what management the patient requires in the future.
The Cardio Respiratory Department consists of a dedicated team of cardiac physiologists, associate practitioners and assistant technical officers that provide a wide variety of cardiac investigations to inpatients, outpatients and GP open access referrals.
We provide an extensive cardiology service with a full cardio-respiratory department, cardiac catheter laboratory and the Acute Cardiac Care Unit at Warrington Hospital.
We also provide outpatient services, ECG and a cardiac rehabilitation service at Halton General Hospital.
Critical Care Units are specialist hospital wards that provide intensive care treatment and monitoring for people in a critically ill or unstable condition.
Departments on both our sites incorporate modern spiral CT equipment.
Location: Warrington Hospital, Halton General Hospital, Cheshire and Merseyside Treatment Centre
The Forget Me Not unit is our specialist ward for caring for acute hospital patients with dementia.
Our DEXA scanner allows diagnosis of osteoporosis accurately.
We provide services at both Warrington and Halton hospitals and our philosophy is to support patients and health care professionals to manage care safely and effectively in both primary (community) and secondary (hospital) care.
This multidisciplinary team treats adults and children within the inpatient, outpatient and community settings. We provide an evidence based service to our patients to help treat a range of conditions with dietary therapy.
The Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Department diagnoses and treats diseases of the ear, nose, throat and the head and neck .
An endoscopy is used to investigate unusual symptoms and to help perform types of surgery. We have specialist endoscopy units at both of our hospital sites.
Fluoroscopy is an x-ray procedure that makes it possible to see internal organs in motion.
Our gynaecology services are provided by a highly specialised team of medical and nursing staff.
The haematology department delivers a comprehensive service to patients with a wide range of blood abnormalities.
The Halton Community Therapy team is an integrated multi-disciplinary team composed of Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Therapy assistants serving Halton residents aged 18+, who are registered with a Halton GP.
The services provided include the routine and specialised examination of tissue samples, diagnostic screening of body fluids and aspirates, routine and diagnostic screening of cervical smears, and autopsies.
Location: Warrington Hospital, First floor, Appleton Wing
Providing support and advice on your infant feeding choices.
The Macmillan Delamere Support and Information Service at Halton General Hospital provides a confidential, drop-in service for anyone affected by cancer.
Our Maternity Unit supports women to birth their babies, whether your choice is to have your baby at home or here at Warrington in our modern, fully equipped Maternity Unit.
Microbiology is part of the Pathology Department and involves the diagnosis and management of diseases caused by micro-organisms.
We have MRI facilities on both our hospital sites.
Our neonatal unit provides care for babies born prematurely or who need some extra expert care after being born.
Occupational therapy provides practical support to enable people to facilitate recovery and overcome any barriers that prevent them from doing the activities (occupations) that matter to them.
Our ophthalmology department provides first class eye care and surgical services for a wide range of eye conditions.
Orthodontics (Ortho meaning straight and dontics meaning teeth) is a specialised branch of dentistry that is concerned with straightening irregular teeth and jaws.
We provide a full range of orthopaedic surgery - including hip replacements, sports medicine and upper and lower joint specialties.
Orthoptic services to patients with stroke and acquired brain injury.
Vision Assessment for children born prematurely or with a low birth weight.
Warrington Orthoptic department are now delivering a vision screening service for all reception aged children in Warrington.
Orthoptics refers to a discipline dealing with the detection, diagnosis and management of patients with eye disorders such as nystagmus, binocular vision, and amblyopia.
Our Department of Orthotics helps to treat and rehabilitate patients by providing an orthosis to aid movement, correct deformity and relieve discomfort.
Our paediatric team provide a wide range of specialist and general services for children and young people.
Palliative Care is an approach that strives to improve the quality of life of patients and their families who face life-threatening illness, by providing pain and symptom relief, spiritual and psychosocial support from diagnosis to the end of life into bereavement.
Pathology services provide the study and diagnosis of disease through examination of organs, tissues, bodily fluids, and whole bodies (autopsies)
Providing patients with prescription medication as an inpatient and outpatient service.
Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.
We are a team of musculoskeletal physiotherapists working between Halton hospital and Widnes (Health Care resource centre). We also hold clinics at various GP practices both in Runcorn and Widnes.
The Radiology department provides a wide range of diagnostic imaging services and is available on both hospital sites.
The Sexual Health Service at Halton General Hospital provides a free, confidential service for anyone with worries about sexual health.
Whatever your goals, WHH can put you in touch with those who can help you every step of the way.
Our stroke service strives to achieve high quality patient care. We provide a comprehensive service which aims to ensure that every stroke patient receives the best care throughout their journey from admission to follow up after discharge.
At Warrington and Halton Hospitals we have a combined total of 16 Operating Theatres and 2 Maternity Theatres across our 2 hospital sites.
Our nurse-led tissue viability service provides advice and support to nursing and healthcare professionals, aiming to develop and improve practice and raise the quality and standards of care in Tissue Viability for hospital inpatients.
The departments perform many varied examinations, from obstetric scans to complicated interventional procedures.
The urgent care centre provides care for illness as well as injury and preventing local people from needing to travel to A&E.
Urology is one of the most varied branches of surgery, encompassing diseases of kidneys, bladder and prostate.
We provide an extensive vascular service at the hospitals with outpatient services provided at Warrington Hospital, Halton General Hospital and in Widnes.
Our departments undertake a full range of radiographic examinations, with the service focussing upon producing high quality, technical and diagnostic images and providing excellent standards of patient care.