Birmingham Children’s Hospital, our leading UK specialist paediatric centre, which offers expert care to 90,000 children and young people every year, has been named in Newsweek’s World’s Best Hospitals – top specialised 2020 list.
Stories from around our Trust
Button batteries are found in many everyday objects such as watches, car keys, torches, toys and even greeting cards. They may seem like harmless household objects and to most adults they are, but to a toddler who’s exploring the world they can be deadly.
The latest issue of talkBWC our monthly publication is out now.
A special and unique doll has been made for a brave girl whose arms and legs were amputated last year as she received life-saving care at our Children’s Hospital.
Don’t miss your chance to vote in our Governor elections with voting opening today (05 October) and closing on Wednesday 28 October.
An inspirational young man cared for by Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s expert neuro-oncology team has shared his story this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month as he prepares for his studies at the University of Oxford.
A team of Plastic and Ophthalmic Surgeons at Birmingham Children’s Hospital are helping to push the boundaries of medical science with their adoption of an ‘eye-opening’ new treatment that is saving children’s eyesight using nerve-grafts from their legs.
This week (7 – 13 September) is #OrganDonationWeek and we spoke to 10-year-old Leoni Robertson, who underwent a life-saving kidney transplant operation this summer.
On World Suicide Prevention Day (Thursday 10 September) the aim is to start the conversation and show that it’s possible to reverse suicidal feelings.
Throughout this Organ Donation Week (7 – 13 September) we’ll be passionately promoting the priceless benefits of the Gift of Life.