The inspirational Birmingham Children’s Hospital team has swept the board at this year’s British Transplant Games.
Stories from around our Trust — articles for 2017
A Walsall Dad has taken showing his support for his daughter to the next level by getting her brain shunt tattooed on his head – the second time he’s been inked in this way.
Birmingham Women’s Hospital is proud to be home to one of the biggest Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) of its type in the country. Our specialist team cares for more than 950 little ones each year – supporting their families throughout their journey.
A Birmingham Children’s Hospital physiotherapist from Dudley has received global acclaim for her work in caring for young people who have undergone major transplant operations.
Some very special guests help teams at Birmingham Children’s Hospital celebrate the ‘topping out’ milestone of its new £37.5million clinical building – Waterfall House.
Sarah-Jane Marsh, Chief Executive of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, has received an honorary degree from the University of Birmingham.
KIDS and Newborn Transfer Service (NTS), the expert transport service led by Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, celebrated its first birthday with a ‘bubble blessing’ ceremony and birthday party attended by patients, staff and St John Ambulance.
During National Blood Awareness week, Birmingham Children’s Hospital has joined forces with two patients to raise awareness of the importance of blood donation.
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is urging people to take action to tackle air pollution – the invisible killer that contributes to nearly 900 deaths a year in the city.
A respected Birmingham Children’s Hospital dermatologist has been recognised in a landmark rundown of the brightest and most respected female doctors in the country.