Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (WHH) has announced the opening of the new Living Well Hub, a health and wellbeing service centre at Warrington town centre in the UK.

This fully accessible facility is designed to empower residents by providing a wide array of NHS and non-clinical services in one location.

The Town Deal-funded hub is situated on Horsemarket Street.

It is the result of a collaboration involving 25 organisations, with more than 350 personnel ready to serve the community.

The three-storey building will be shared by the WHH, Warrington Borough Council, Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, and Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust, with voluntary and charitable sector collaborators extending support.

The ground floor offers a community-led area with a café where residents can discuss health and wellbeing issues in an informal setting.

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The first floor is dedicated to delivering NHS and non-clinical services, featuring consultation and clinical rooms, while the second floor is reserved for staff.

A key focus of the new hub is to provide essential services such as children’s services, women’s health, and support for the elderly.

It will host a variety of clinics, including maternity, dementia, mental health, weight management, and cardiac rehab, with additional support from third-party collaborators such as Macmillan and Warrington Disability Partnership.

Living Well Hub is being set up as part of the borough-wide Living Well programme, intended at connecting individuals, communities, and services to promote healthier, more fulfilling lives.

The Hub will be open to the public from Wednesday, with operating hours from 9am to 5pm on weekdays, extending to 8pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.

WHH chief executive Simon Constable said: “The Living Well Hub has been a real team effort since its conception four years ago, and is proof that by working together we can achieve great things together, for the benefit of the town.

“Some of the services on offer here at the hub would previously only have been delivered in a hospital setting, however it’s really important that we’re now able to deliver them in the town centre, providing better access for those who need the most support.”