Month: June 2017

Have your say on hot topic of food and drink

Have your say on hot topic of food and drink

28.06.17
We’re passionate about ensuring our women, children, families and visitors receive the best possible care with us. As part of this we’re looking to make some improvements to the food and drink we serve and sell at our hospitals and we need your views to help us understand where we should focus our changes. You […]
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Friends join forces with Birmingham Children’s Hospital to raise awareness of blood donation

Friends join forces with Birmingham Children’s Hospital to raise awareness of blood donation

20.06.17
During National Blood Awareness week, Birmingham Children’s Hospital has joined forces with two patients to raise awareness of the importance of blood donation. Twelve-year-old Chardenay from Birmingham and thirteen-year-old Ruxelle from Walsall were both born with sickle cell anaemia – an inherited disorder that affects the red blood cells. Having met in the Haemoglobinopathy department […]
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Hospital experts urge urgent action to tackle city’s ‘invisible killer’ air pollution problem

Hospital experts urge urgent action to tackle city’s ‘invisible killer’ air pollution problem

13.06.17
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is urging people to take action to tackle air pollution – the invisible killer that contributes to nearly 900 deaths a year in the city. This National Clean Air Day (Thursday 15 June) everyone is being encouraged to think about how they can play a part and make […]
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Tell us about any non-NHS services that you used as part of your maternity care

Tell us about any non-NHS services that you used as part of your maternity care

05.06.17
We’re a proud partner of Bump (Birmingham and Solihull United Maternity and Newborn Partnership), and looking forward to changing the way maternity services are provided across Birmingham and Solihull. Part of this work is about giving you more choice about the care you receive, and Bump’s new survey gives you the chance to tell us […]
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