Performers from Birmingham Royal Ballet have brought the magic of The Nutcracker to help spread some festive cheer on our Oncology Ward.
Stories from around our Trust
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.
If you are one of our members don’t miss your chance to vote in our Governor elections with voting opening today and closing on Monday 17 December.
We're joining a number of other leading UK children's hospitals in no longer accepting donations of confectionery, sweets and chocolates for our patients.
Tracey Harewood, from Birmingham Children’s Hospital, has been named ‘Bereavement Worker of the Year’ in awards that celebrates the survivors and champions of baby loss.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital and the Aston Villa Foundation have joined together to offer a unique ‘Sports for All’ session for children and young people with brain and spinal tumours.
To help you celebrate Bonfire Night safely this year our expert Burns team has offered the following advice.
Consultant Midwife, Veronica Donovan OBE, picks up her honour in recognition of her work helping to save and change the lives of countless babies.
Pioneering Children’s Hospital plastic surgeon, Miss Ruth Lester OBE, has officially been awarded her well-deserved honour from Her Majesty the Queen.