With the snow causing travel disruption throughout the West Midlands, get the latest information on road closures and public transport delays.
Stories from around our Trust
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 today used differing but pioneering techniques that show the incredible progress that continues to be made within the NHS.
Academic Consultant in Paediatric Cardiac Surgery, Mr Nigel Drury, has been awarded the Hunterian Professorship for his work on myocardial protection during heart surgery in children.
Please see this updated statement regarding our position on Maternity visiting and accompanying of a Maternity outpatient.
We were recently delighted to have been awarded £4.3million from Government to continue the renovation of our Parkview Clinic to allow all of our inpatient wards to have full single-room accommodation.
The first 2021 instalment of talk BWC, our monthly Trust publication, is now available to download for free as an edition and, as always, it’s packed with our latest news and updates
Our Big Build project, where we hope to build new hospitals on both our Edgbaston and city centre sites, kicked off in 2020 and we are now looking for your ideas on how our inpatient wards should be laid out in our planned Women’s Hospital and Children’s Hospital buildings.
Our Fertility service, which has its home at our Women’s Hospital, continues to operate, care for and support our women, men and families. None of our services have been temporarily paused or changed as was necessary during the first period of national ‘lockdown’ in March 2020.
Winter has now well and truly arrived but while our Emergency Department is always a busy place at this time of year, the simple message from our dedicated team is that ‘we’re still here for you should you need us’. To help families decide on when and where to seek help during this difficult time, they’ve shot some useful videos.
As the clock strikes midnight to bring in the New Year more and more people now celebrate with fireworks but, as we prepare to mark the beginning of 2021, our specialist Burns team are asking people to stay safe.