Stories from around our Trust

Expert care helps mum and premature twins win their COVID-19 battles

As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic hit its peak earlier this year NHS teams, including here at our BWC, were by the sides of countless patients. Mum, Perpetual Uke, spent time in Critical Care - with her twins brought into the world via caesarean section at just 26 weeks by our Women's Hospital team. 

Triplets cared for by Women’s Hospital inspired to work in healthcare

Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at our Women’s Hospital has been by the sides babies and families for decades; offering the world-class pioneering care.

Our Associate Director of Workforce, Surinder Kaur, is one of the thousands of mums who knows, first-hand, about the dedication of our team, who cared for her identical triplets after they were born prematurely at 34 weeks in 1995. Her daughters, Tanny, Gurveena and Raajun, weighed between just 2lbs and 3lbs and needed the support of our NICU team after coming into the world.

Your big ideas for our Big Build

The interest we have received in The Big Build so far has been fantastic. There has been so much excitement about what our future could look like with two new hospital buildings, at both the Women’s Hospital and the Children’s Hospital sites. Now is your chance to help us shape that future by telling us your initial ideas

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