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    January's edition of talk BWC is out now. Issue 30 of our monthly publication is packed with news from across our Trust.

    Click here to download it now

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  • 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.

    Click here for more information.

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  • Maternity visiting policy

    We are able to welcome one support partner, who have a negative test result for COVID-19 from the previous 24 hours, to attend antenatal scans at our Women’s Hospital, visit some of our wards and attend appointments in some of our areas.

    Find out more about how this works, testing and what you need to do

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  • COVID measures continue

    To protect our women, children and families we will be continuing our infection control arrangements.

    Remember Metres Still Matter.

    Find out more information here 


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Links for staff

During the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak key links for our staff working off-site, including our intranet and NHS Mail, will continue to be available on our staff links page.

Birmingham Women's Hospital

Birmingham Women's Hospital

Located on the University Campus in Edgbaston, Birmingham Women's provides a range of specialist health care services to more than 50,000 women, men and families each year.

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Birmingham Children's Hospital

Birmingham Children's Hospital

Our city centre-based children's hospital is a leading UK specialist paediatric centre, offering expert care to more than 90,000 children and young people from across the country every year.

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Fundraise for the Children's Hospital charity

Stories from around our Trust

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month – Empowering women to continue to attend their appointments

For Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, we spoke with our Clinical Lead for our Colposcopy and Vulval services, consultant and gynaecologist, Jennifer Byrom who shares her thoughts on the importance of a...

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Our Chaplaincy team are lifting and soothing spirits across BWC

At BWC we are proud to have a Chaplaincy team who are available to provide religious, spiritual and pastoral care and support 24-hours a day for people of all faiths and beliefs....

Keeping mothers and babies together: Reducing admissions into the Neonatal Intensive Care unit (NICU) at our Women’s Hospital

This week we spoke with Fiona Terry, our Neonatal Intensive Care unit Governance Lead and Dudu Nyathi, our Fetal Monitoring and Surveillance Midwife, representing the Avoiding Term Admissions into Neo...

Patients urged to still attend booked appointments

Patients and families are being urged to continue attending planned appointments at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s hospitals this winter....

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