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’s needed seven operations at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
Stories from around our Trust
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 smear, to assess female sexual health.
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.
Are you on the cusp of bringing home your little bundle of joy or doing all of the preparation needed to make sure you have all of the knowledge before the big day? It’s an incredibly exciting time but we understand that it can also be overwhelming to make the transition into parenthood.
Birthing teams across our Women’s Hospital have joined together to learn more about ‘birthing biomechanics’ to further support expectant mums during labour.
If you know a young person between the age of 13-18 who is ambitious, brave, compassionate and looking to pursue a career with the NHS in the future, refer them to NHS Untapped.
Anna and Pete from Northfield are overjoyed to be welcoming a new edition to the family in February this year. As they approach the road to parenthood, they have decided that they want their first baby to be delivered from the comfort of their own home with our Homebirth Team.
A new mum has generously donated some of her breast milk to babies in need at Birmingham Women’s Hospital after seeing first-hand the difference it makes to sick newborns.