Liverpool Women’s NHS Trust signs Armed Forces Covenant

The Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust proudly signed their Armed Forces Covenant pledge on Wednesday 22 September 2021, taking their place among the Northwest NHS organisations pledged to afford opportunities and provide person-centered support to former members of the Armed Forces Community.

Veteran Covenant Healthcare Alliance (VCHA) Regional Lead for the North West Kathryn Glass attended the event. She said:” It is a real privilege to witness the Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust Armed Forces Covenant signing, and to work alongside them as they develop and shape future services in recognition and support for their patients, and families, that have served their country.”

Warrant Officer Class 1 Mark Evans MC of 208 Field Hospital and Trust Medical Director Dr Lynn Greenhalgh after the Covenant signing

The VCHA is committed to improving Armed Forces and Veteran care whilst raising standards for all.  97 NHS providers in England are now Veteran Aware accredited, and the Veteran Covenant Healthcare Alliance (VCHA) aims to have all Trusts in England accredited by November 2022 at the latest. Find out more about our work here.

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