TalkBWC November edition
News and information for patients, families and staff.
COVID measures continue
To protect our women, children and families we will be continuing our infection control arrangements.
Our Emergency Department is currently extremely busy
To support our team during this time please only visit us if your child is seriously unwell. If they are not you can get medical help by contacting your GP, calling the NHS 111 service or heading to 111.nhs.uk.
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.
In the News - World Prematurity Day
We would love to share the challenging but inspiration journey of mother of five-month-old twins Grayson and Jenson who gave birth to her boys at our Women’s Hospital.
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Stories from around our Trust
Jess Phillips, local MP and champion of women's health, recently paid Birmingham Women's Hospital a visit....
A multi-million-pound renovation of our specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) inpatient care, based at our Parkview Clinic in Moseley, Birmingham, will begin this December....
Our clinicians have been working hard to wean sick babies off feeding ‘nasogastric’ tubes and oxygen therapy safely, through consistent monitoring, parent training, support and transi...
Today (Wednesday 17 November) is World Prematurity day, we would love to share the challenging but inspiration journey of mother of five-month-old twins Grayson and Jenson who gave birth to her boys a...