Liverpool Maternity Hospital
|Liverpool Women's Hospital|
|Liverpool Women's NHS Trust|
Former building of the Liverpool Maternity Hospital
|Location||Oxford Street Liverpool L7 7BN|
|Care system||Public NHS|
|Affiliated university||University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University|
|Speciality||Obstetrics and gynaecology, Neonatology|
The Liverpool Maternity Hospital was established as the Lying-in Hospital and Dispensary for the Diseases of Women and Children in Horatio Street, Scotland Road, Liverpool, in November 1841. It was replaced by the Liverpool Women's Hospital in November 1995.
The hospital was established as the Lying-in Hospital and Dispensary for the Diseases of Women and Children in Horatio Street, Scotland Road, Liverpool, in November 1841. It moved to Pembroke Place in 1845 and to Myrtle Street in 1862 and, having become the Ladies Charity and Lying-In Hospital in 1869, it moved to new purpose-built facilities in Brownlow Street in 1885.
A foundation stone for a new facility in Oxford Street was laid by the Princess Mary, Viscountess Lascelles in March 1924 and it was officially opened by Christiana Hartley, the social and welfare rights activist, as the Liverpool Maternity Hospital in September 1926. Famous people born in the hospital included John Lennon who was born there in October 1940. It joined the National Health Service in 1948. The Walton sextuplets were born to Graham and Janet (née Leadbetter) Walton at the hospital in November 1983.
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- "Foundation stone for new maternity hospital". Merchant Taylors. Retrieved 17 December 2018.
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