It's the 72nd birthday of the NHS this weekend and our staff have put together a special video to celebrate.
Stories from around our Trust
We are pleased to announce that Raffaela Goodby will be joining the Trust as Chief People Officer.
Our latest edition of talk BWC, the Trust’s monthly news publication, is now available to read.
June marks Pride month and we’re highlighting the history of Pride in Birmingham and how we make Birmingham Women’s and Children’s a non-judgemental and inclusive place for our patients and visitors that identify as LGBTQ+.
Now that summer seems to have arrived experts at Birmingham Children’s Hospital are reminding families to take simple precautions while having some fun in the sun with their little ones.
Today (Monday 22 June) marks the 72nd anniversary of the arrival of the Empire Windrush, a vessel carrying migrants from the Caribbean who came to start a new life here in the UK.
We are very proud of the diversity of the staff within our Trust. Read the open letter from our Chairman and Acting Chief Executive on the subject of Black Lives Matter.
This National Volunteers Week (1 – 7 June), we have been paying tribute to the tremendous help and support our volunteers provide to our patients, families and staff each and every day, in particular through these challenging time.
On International Home birth Day (Saturday 6 June) we’re highlighting the work of our dedicated Home Birth service delivered by midwives who specialise in caring for women who choose to give birth at home.
To keep our women, children, families and staff as safe as possible and to limit the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) during these unprecedented times we have made changes to our visiting policy.