Security Increased At Royal Preston Hospital After Liverpool Attack

Security protocols have been increased at Royal Preston and Chorley Hospitals following the terror attack outside of Liverpool Women’s Hospital.

A Lancs Teaching Hospitals spokesman said:

“In light of the recent incident at Liverpool Women’s Hospital, we understand patients and visitors may have some anxieties.

“Patients and visitors should be reassured that due to the UK terrorism level threat being changed from substantial (an attack is likely), to severe (an attack is highly likely), that security protocols at our hospital sites have been increased and you may see an increase in security presence.

“If you ever see anything suspicious on any of our sites then please do not hesitate to report this to a member of staff or the security team who are there to help.

“The Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) are also available to provide support for patients, families and carers and can be contacted by telephone: 07591988962 or by email:

“Thank you for your co-operation.”

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