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Be cautious of back-to-school asthma attacks
With children and young people returning to school, it’s more important than ever to follow advice to ensure those with asthma remain symptom free.
We are still here for you
Our services remain open for you. Please continue to attend your appointments and use our emergency services when needed.
Top Tips from our Emergency Department
We are here to help with advice on common childhood illnesses and injuries. Our Emergency Department team have put together a whole host of tips on what to do if you are thinking of visiting our Children's Hospital A&E.
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Stories from around our Trust
We’re proud to be celebrating International Women’s Day today (Monday 8 March) and honouring the fantastic female role models who work at our hospitals....
With all children and young people returning to school in March, it’s now more important than ever to follow vital advice to ensure those with asthma remain symptom free and their condition well...
Here at BWC, we are a proud supporter of the NHS rainbow badges initiative, launched across our Trust in 2019 and adopted by hundreds of our team....
Today (15 February) is International Childhood Cancer Day and we wanted to share the inspirational story of 3-year-old Leighton Tabbott, a patient on Ward 18 at our Birmingham Children's Hos...