Our Emergency Care Department is currently very busy

Please only attend A&E for emergencies and life-threatening conditions.

There are a number of services that can help you click here for more info.

Think 111 first. They will help you right away.

To help make booking an appointment easier for you, we have introduced an online booking portal for our blood test clinics. Click here to access more information and the link to book.

Visiting Restrictions Updated

From Tuesday 3rd May, in-patients at the Trust’s hospital sites will now be able to welcome two visitors following temporary restrictions that had to be put in place as part of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. To arrange a visit to see your loved one, please contact the ward directly to be given an allocated time slot.

Further information can be found here.

The Message to My Loved One service will continue to operate during the festive season, including weekends and bank holidays.


Family and friends can email their messages to:

Digital Letters - Receive Your Appointment Letters Online


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When to use 111

NHS 111 can help if you have an urgent medical problem and you’re not sure what to do.
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New booking system for blood appointments

15-06-2022 | Latest News

Booking a blood test appointment at clinics across the Wigan Borough can now be completed in a few simple clicks, thanks to a new online booking system at Wrightington, Wigan...

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Health Column - Caring for our environment is caring for our patients

08-06-2022 | Latest News

Josh Balmer – Environmental and Sustainability Manager At WWL we recognise the impact that our activities have on our environment, and ultimately our patients, and that climate change, pollution and environmental...

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