Alfie Rixon, a patient at our Children’s Hospital, has won the BBC’s Young Reporter competition in the Midlands after documenting his experience with osteosarcoma and learning to walk again following the amputation of the lower part of his leg.
Stories from around our Trust
Our Trust has launched a new Virtual Work Experience programme for teenagers to prevent opportunities being missed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Teams at our Women’s Hospital have played a huge part in developing a pioneering maternity triage system, which is now available to maternity teams across the UK.
We’re proud to be celebrating International Women’s Day today (Monday 8 March) and honouring the fantastic female role models who work at our hospitals.
With all children and young people returning to school in March, it’s now more important than ever to follow vital advice to ensure those with asthma remain symptom free and their condition well controlled.
Here at BWC, we are a proud supporter of the NHS rainbow badges initiative, launched across our Trust in 2019 and adopted by hundreds of our team.
Today (15 February) is International Childhood Cancer Day and we wanted to share the inspirational story of 3-year-old Leighton Tabbott, a patient on Ward 18 at our Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Young Poppy, a patient at our Birmingham Children’s Hospital and Forward Thinking Birmingham, has inspired her older sister Amelie to write a book all about challenges the nine-year-old faces.
For more than a decade our Trust has been supporting apprenticeships and we’re as passionate, which is why this week between 8 and 14 February we’ll be joining others to promote their many benefits during National Apprenticeships Week.