Today is International Childhood Cancer Day and we’re sharing a message from 11-year-old Laraib, a truly remarkable young lady cared for by our expert Oncology team, who wanted to tell her story in her own words:
Stories from around our Trust
A pioneering research study has found that genetic testing improves the diagnosis of abnormalities in developing babies that are picked up during ultrasound scans.
Cardiology experts at Birmingham Children’s Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (part of University Hospitals Birmingham) have led the first national study into identifying research priorities for patients diagnosed with single-ventricle heart conditions.
Our expert Paediatric Dietitan, Lucy, offers her top five tips to help you help your children to eat and drink healthier.
Our next Recruitment Open Days are fast approaching and we’re looking forward to welcoming people through our doors to find out about the many roles we have to offer across our Trust – both clinical and non-clinical.
Our Chief Nurse, Michelle McLoughlin, has been awarded a CBE by Her Majesty the Queen in recognition of her dedication and compassion helping countless children and young people during her 30 year career.
Performers from Birmingham Royal Ballet have brought the magic of The Nutcracker to help spread some festive cheer on our Oncology Ward.
A Birmingham Children’s Hospital Family Support Worker/Play specialist who has helped countless young people and their loved ones has been honoured with the inaugural national Our Health Heroes Gold Lifetime Achievement Award.
This winter, we’re looking to get one step ahead of Mother Nature by recruiting 'Snow Angels' who we could call on if the weather takes a turn for the worse.