Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is inviting members of the public to attend its second Annual General Meeting on Thursday 19 July (12pm until 1pm), after its first full year as a united organisation.
Stories from around our Trust
We are extremely proud to be part of our National Health Service and, as one of the UK’s leading specialist Trusts, are joining others across the country in celebrating its 70th birthday today (Thursday 5 July). Through the words of the NHS Constitution some of our 6,000 staff from right across our wonderful organisation share our commitment to providing world-leading health care for today’s women, children and families and the generations to come.
A special BBC documentary, airing on Wednesday 20 and Tuesday 26 June, will shine a light on how the Children's Hospital and the NHS has changed our world.
A Birmingham Children’s Hospital plastic surgeon has been honoured with an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours thanks to her pioneering work in caring for children and young people with hand and upper limb abnormalities.
A Birmingham Women’s Hospital Midwife has been awarded an OBE by Her Majesty the Queen thanks to her dedicated work helping families and babies born with fetal abnormalities.
Now that summer seems to have arrived experts at Birmingham Children’s Hospital are reminding families to take simple precautions while having some fun in the sun with their little ones.
This Saturday 12 May is Nurses' Day and we wanted to use the opportunity to say a huge thank you to each and every one of the more than 1,500 nursing staff who work across our Trust making sure our women, children and families receive the best possible care.
We hope you enjoyed the latest series of the Channel 4 prime-time show One Born Every minute, which offered a fascinating glimpse into life on our busy Delivery Suite and Birth Centre.
A Tamworth schoolgirl has been given a new lease of life thanks to the help of our specialist cancer and pioneering surgery performed by experts at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital.
Jay Crouch, from Leicestershire, was given the ‘Gift of Life’ in March, receiving two new kidneys, a pancreas, liver and bowel during a single 10-hour operation.