COVID measures to continue post July 19
To protect our women, children and families we will be continuing our infection control arrangements beyond 19 July.
Our Emergency Department is exceptionally busy
If your child is not seriously unwell, support us by contacting your GP or using the NHS 111 service for medical support.
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TalkBWC July edition
News and information for patients, families and staff.
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.
Paid leave for staff who experience baby loss or pre-term birth
A new policy to ensure colleagues have the time and space to process, grieve and begin to heal at a time when they need it most.
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To protect our women, children and families from rising cases of COVID-19 across Birmingham and Solihull we will be continuing our infection control arrangements beyond 19 July and for the foreseeable...
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust has become the first in the NHS to offer a package of support for staff who experience baby loss, which includes periods of paid leav...
Each month we’re fortunate to receive so many heartfelt nominations recognisng our colleagues that have lived our Trust values of being Ambitious, Brave and Compass...
A heart expert at our Birmingham Children’s Hospital has today, Tuesday 29 June, led the launch of the UK’s first national study into identifying research priorities for patients diagnosed...