The Freedom of Information Act (2000) gives members of the public the right to request information from public authorities. The aim of the Act is to promote greater openness and transparency.
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 recognises that, as a member of the public, you have the right to know how public services such as the NHS are organised and run, how much they cost and how you can make complaints if you need to. You have the right to know which services are being provided, the targets that are being set, the standard of services that are expected and the results achieved.
Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is committed to providing what information it can and making it readily accessible and available.
If after reviewing the website and publication scheme, you are unable to find the information you are looking for, then please complete email: FOIRequests
Learn how to make a request under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act using the box links below.