The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is Transforming Cancer Care in Cheshire and Merseyside with the building of a new specialist cancer hospital in Liverpool. The new hospital is part of an exciting £162M programme of capital investment which will also see investment in our Wirral site.
The new Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool will provide specialist chemotherapy and other drug therapies, radiotherapy, inpatient and outpatient care, cancer support and rehabilitation, bone marrow transplant and urgent cancer care. There will also be a teenage and young adult unit.
It will care for people from across Merseyside and Cheshire and beyond, with solid tumours and blood cancers and will also carry out clinical trials of new cancer treatments.
The new hospital will be in addition to The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre’s existing centres in Wirral and Aintree, and its chemotherapy and outpatient services in other hospitals across the region.
The £162M project is being funded by the NHS and government sources, with an additional £15 million planned to come from The New Cancer Hospital Appeal; this means that there is no PFI funding on the project.