• Measles in Birmingham and Solihull

    We are seeing an increase in cases of measles across our communities.

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  • February's edition of talkBWC is available now!

    From operating theatre to the 'Theatre of Dreams', read all about Anderson's inspirational story, as well as plenty of other wonderful stories from around the Trust in talk BWC.

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  • Brave Harry shares his story for World Heart Month

    Harry was born with Shone's syndrome, a very rare congenital heart disease where many of the left heart structures are not formed properly.

    Read Harry's Story

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Stories from around our Trust

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Industrial action taking place this week (Sat 24 - Thu 29 Feb)

Over the coming week, some of our Postgraduate Doctors are taking industrial action across the UK as part of its dispute over pay and conditions with the Government.  ...

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Birmingham Children’s Hospital receives £50,000 boost with new sickle cell technology

Sickle cell patients attending Birmingham Children’s Hospital will benefit from a new red blood cell exchange device being delivered as part of a national boost in funding....

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Baby Thomas on road to recovery after extremely rare toxin left him paralysed

Baby Thomas was diagnosed with suspected Botulism, a rare but life-threatening condition caused by botulinum toxin. The toxin’s spores are sometimes, though very rarely, found in soil and dust a...

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Brave Tayshelice named Young Advocate of the Year for championing sickle cell awareness

  A brave nine-year-old Birmingham Children’s Hospital patient is doing all she can to raise awareness of the sometimes ‘hidden’ sickle cell disease (SCD) – a serious and...