A Kings Heath teenager has made a ‘miracle’ recovery after being involved in a serious car accident.
Stories from around our Trust — articles for 2017
Aiza Hassan is looking forward to an extra special festive period after being given the ‘gift of life’ through a kidney donation from her devoted mum, Uzma.
A nine-year-old girl from Tamworth, who has bravely battled cancer, has become Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s first recruit to a ground-breaking study that is aiming to revolutionise healthcare.
Staff and patients at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust have joined forces to create a music video to help spread the word and combat the growing problem of antibiotic resistance.
An innovative youth employment scheme at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust has been highlighted for its efforts in helping young people into the world of work.
Experts at Birmingham Children’s Hospital are urging parents to be ‘burn aware’ this Bonfire Night by staying safe and remembering the simple 3Cs – Cool, Call and Cover – should an injury occur.
Pioneering new rare diseases centre for children and young people, which will open its doors in early 2018 receives national recognition.
Experts in Birmingham are encouraging people to sign up to the organ donation register and give the gift of life after the milestone 5,000th liver transplant took place in the city.
An 11-year-old from Walsall has become the 2,000th patient recruited at Birmingham Children’s Hospital to a project that is looking to transform the diagnosis and treatment of rare diseases and cancer.