Liverpool Women's Hospital

Liverpool Women's Hospital

Liverpool Women's Hospital is NHS Foundation Trust in Liverpool, England. The Trust uses the Single Transferable Vote voting system to elect its Members' Council. [ [ NHS Foundation Trusts using STV] - STV Action. Accessed 26 April 2007]


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