Strep A Guidance
Strep A is a common type of bacteria. Most strep A infections are mild and easily treated. Check your child's symptoms on the NHS website:
Top Tips from our Emergency Department
Our Emergency Department is currently very busy, so we have some tips and advice on common childhood illnesses, injuries and where to get help.
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Talk BWC out now
The first edition of talk BWC for 2023 is out now and it's brimming with stories including how our teams are at the forefront of new research to help families with treatment for burns and diabetes, advice on Strep A and a new year message from our Interim Chief Executive, Matt Boazman.
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Stories from around our Trust
A 10-year-old from Wolverhampton is dreaming of skating to ice hockey stardom after overcoming the challenges he’s faced throughout this life due to a rare condition that’s meant he’...
As part of National Breast Pumping Week, we caught up with Leanne Cruickshanks, our Lead Infant Feeding Midwife, about her three years at our Women’s Hospital, where she reflects on how she beca...
For Cervical Cancer Awareness Week, we caught up with Dr Philip Tooz-Hobson, Consultant Gynaecologist at our Women’s Hospital to address some of the myths around having your cervical screening s...
We caught up with Alison Rea, Bereavement Midwife at our Women’s Hospital who took us through her role and how we support families after losing a child. ...