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.
Stories from around our Trust
Recent reports in the media have suggested that car parking charges for our staff are amongst the highest in the country. Read our statement to understand why the charges reported should not be taken at face value.
A 12-year-old from Stourport who bravely battled cancer is using his passion for sport to help other young patients at Birmingham Children’s Hospital on their rehabilitation journeys.
At Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, our world-leading team is 5,700 members of staff strong – 83% of those are women. We are proud to support equal rights for women and gender equality, with female staff members in roles across our hospitals including surgeons, doctors, nurses, midwives, allied healthcare professionals, corporate and estates services.
The Care Quality Commission has today (Tuesday 27 February) published its report into the specialist community mental health services for children and young people in Birmingham.
We’re delighted to confirm that our Maternity teams and the families we care for will be featured throughout the next prime-time series of the hit show One Born Every Minute – with the first of 10 episodes airing on Wednesday 7 March.
A baby boy has celebrated a very special birthday along with medics at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, which helped save his life after he was born with a rare and complex heart condition.
Today (1 February) marks one year since we united and became Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust – the first of its type in the country.
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is opening its doors in February and March and is welcoming anyone interested in joining our team to come along to find out more.