Celebrating Play in Hospital Week
Play is so important. Our dedicated team help children each and every day.
COVID measures continue
To protect our women, children and families we will be continuing our infection control arrangements.
Maternity visiting update
In line with Government guidelines we are now able to welcome partners, who have a negative test result for COVID-19 from the previous 24 hours, to attend antenatal scans at our Women’s Hospital and visit wards after the birth.
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Stories from around our Trust
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We have fantastic opportunities for medical staff to work at both Forward-Thinking Birmingham (FTB) community services and our Tier 4 in-patient Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) ...