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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Fundraise for the Women's Hospital charity

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 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

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Our fantastic Home Birth team still supporting our women and families during lockdown

Our fantastic homebirth team are still here supporting our women and families during these unprecedented times. Whilst in some Trusts, homebirth services are suspended our BWC homebirth team are proud...

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New research reveals new insight into why breastfed babies have improved immune systems

Research led by our Trust and the University of Birmingham has offered a new insight into the biological mechanisms of the long-term positive health effects of breastfeeding in preventing disorders of...

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Latest road and travel information

With the snow causing travel disruption throughout the West Midlands, get the latest information on road closures and public transport delays....

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Dad and daughter with shared condition undergo life-saving surgery 35 years apart

A father and daughter from Birmingham born with the same rare condition born 35 years apart have both undergone life-saving surgery at our Children’s Hospital. Surgical teams in the 80s and toda...

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