List of Hospitals in Birmingham - England (UK)

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Birmingham Children's Hospital

Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of the UKs leading children's hospitals, offering one of the broadest spectrums of care in the NHS to over 250,000 children every year ranging from specialist paediatric care right through to adolescent mental health services.

We have international expertise in our 34 specialities and have a proud history of being at the leading edge of children's healthcare, which has seen us be the first hospital to separate conjoined twins, the first hospital to successfully treat two patients with over 90 per cent burns and the first hospital to successfully undertake a triple transplant. However, we don't just focus on the specialist end of care we treat children with everyday injuries such as a broken arm as well as those with very serious and complex needs.

Our city centre location in the heart of the country means that the hospital is easily accessible to a broad population, and as one of only four stand alone paediatric Trusts in the UK, we deliver care not only to patients from the West Midlands region, but nationally and internationally; in fact, four out of ten of the patients that we treat are referred from outside of our immediate West Midlands area.

We recognise that whether a child has a short stay in our hospital for a relatively routine operation or needs to undergo major cardiac surgery on our world-renowned intensive care unit, having mum or dad or a loved one close by is an important part of their journey to get better. That's why, as well as providing on-site accommodation for some parents, we've gone into partnership with the Ronald MacDonald House Charity to provide a new facility which provides 60 en-suite bedrooms for families to stay in, free of charge, on the main hospital site. The House has fully equipped kitchens and dining rooms for families to prepare and share a proper meal, and whether families need to stay for two nights or two years, the House is there for them to use.

We pride ourselves on being wholly focused on the needs of the children we care for, but we recognise that being in hospital and receiving treatment can be very challenging for some children. That's why we have a team of 17 play specialists who provide children in the hospital with support around their emotional needs, offer therapeutic play and help young children to overcome any fears they have about the treatment they are going to receive. There are, of course, play facilities on every one of our wards and we have a play centre open five days a week which is available for all the family to use.

But we recognise that it's not just young children who need the care and support we provide older children and teenagers want to receive treatment and care in an environment that's conducive to their recovery. That's why we've teamed up with the Teenage Cancer Trust in December last year to open a six-bedded unit, complete with pool table, jukebox and kitchenette specifically designed for 13-18 year old cancer patients. We also have three dedicated youth workers who support older children by promoting self esteem and confidence.

While we have an international reputation for helping children to recover from some of the most challenging physical conditions, we also believe that a child's mental health is just as important. That's why we run a range of community and hospital based mental health services across Birmingham providing care and support for children and adolescents. With 44 beds and the broad range of services we provide in the community, we're one of the biggest providers of child and adolescent mental health services in the country.

Our staff are also very important to us. Birmingham Children's Hospital is the region's largest provider of paediatric healthcare education both for the medical and the nursing professions. Through close relationships with both the University of Birmingham and Birmingham City University we help to ensure that the quality of paediatric healthcare education is of the highest standard so that the doctors and nurses of tomorrow are trained and equipped to deliver the standards of care we expect.

We also keep a clear focus on helping develop new and advancing technologies to enhance the care we provide. Birmingham Children's Hospital is a centre for the West Midlands Research Network and leads research into children's medicines, and a major new centre for paediatric research the Wellcome Clinical Research Facility opened at the hospital just two years ago.

As we approach our 150th anniversary in 2012, we've worked closely with the Care Quality Commission to understand where we can continue to improve the services we provide and are now embarking on an investment plan to deliver up to 60 percent more beds in our paediatric intensive care unit, a new emergency admissions unit and new theatres.

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Category: NHS Hospitals
Hospital Address: Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham, England
Postal Code :B4 6NH
Phone Number :0121 333 9999

Birmingham Heartlands Hospital

There has been a hospital on the Birmingham Heartlands site since June 29th 1895, when the first patient was admitted suffering from smallpox. 1978 saw the world's last smallpox case admitted to the hospital. The original hospital was established to provide treatment in isolation for those suffering from Tuberculosis and Diphtheria. Since that time the hospital has grown into one of the largest in the country with the site changing beyond recognition.

Over recent years the Trust has recognised the need to invest if it is to provide the best in patient care. This investment has included ambitious development programmes:

  • 2009 - New building which is the new home for the Diabetes & Endocrine Centre and MIDRU (Medical Innovation Development Research Unit)
  • 2005 - New Main Entrance completed at Heartlands Hospital
  • 2002 - New Medical Unit and The West Midlands Adult Cystic Fibrosis Unit opened at a cost of £10 million
  • 2002 - £1 Million Pathology Laboratories opened
  • 2001 - The Fracture Clinic moved to a new building alongside Accident & Emergency, with a new helipad for emergency helicopters
  • 2000 - £6.5 million Elderly Care and Infectious Diseases Unit opened Hospital
  • 1999 - The completion of three new Children's Wards developed at a cost of £3 million
  • 1998 - The development of new Day Surgery and Women's units in both Heartlands and Solihull hospitals
  • 1997 - The new £1.3 million MRI Scanner, Renal Dialysis Unit and new Ophthalmology department opened
  • 1996 - Heartlands and Solihull Hospitals merged
  • 1995 - The £1.5 million Heartlands Education Centre opened
  • 1994 - A new Accident & Emergency Unit was opened at Heartlands Hospital which treats 80,000 people every year and is the busiest in Birmingham. The completion of the £850,000 Glaxo Renal Unit at Heartlands, which is one of the NHS's flagship renal units
  • 1992 - The Princess of Wales Maternity Unit opened, which has one of Birmingham's major neo-natal units. The neo-natal unit has seven intensive care beds, three high dependency and twelve special care cots.

The Trust is committed to working with patients, carers and the local community to continuously improve the services we provide. We offer a variety of support and advice which is available to all, this includes the PALS (Patient Advisory Liaison Service) team, Patient & Public Involvement team and the Complaints team.

The Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest in England. It includes Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, Solihull Hospital, Good Hope Hospital and the Birmingham Chest Clinic. The Trust is a world leader in tackling MRSA and specialises in treating patients suffering from a wide range of illnesses including heart and kidney disease, cancer, HIV and AIDS as well as respiratory conditions like Cystic Fibrosis. We also have expertise in premature baby care, bone marrow transplants and thoracic surgery.

The Trust is one of the highest performing in the UK, voted Acute Trust of the Year in the 2006 Health Service Journal Awards and in the Nursing Times' Top 10 Places to Work in 2005. We are in a stable financial position, which means we continue to invest in creating a clean and modern environment and aim to give our patients the very best care.

Following the merger between Birmingham Heartlands NHS Trust and Solihull Hospital in 1995, Birmingham Heartlands and Solihull NHS Trust was formed. This became the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust in April 2005 when the Trust achieved foundation status. In April 2007, Good Hope Hospital became part of the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, in the first merger of its kind in the NHS.

* this profile text was provided by Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust

Category: NHS Hospitals
Hospital Address: Bordesley Green East, ,, Birmingham, England
Postal Code :B9 5SS
Phone Number :0121 424 2000

Birmingham Women's Hospital

Birmingham Women's NHS Foundation Trust (BWNFT) is a Centre of Excellence for specialist healthcare to women and their families in Birmingham and the West Midlands.

Established in 1994, we are proud of being one of only two Trusts in the UK specialising primarily in women's health care. We provide a focussed range of health care services, primarily, though not exclusively, to women and their families. These are maternity and fetal medicine services; neonatal care; gynaecology and fertility services; regional clinical and laboratory genetics; and imaging and pathology services. The Trust enjoys strong and effective partnerships with our Universities, playing a leading role in education and training and research and development.

Our mission is clear, Birmingham Women's NHS Foundation Trust will:

"Continue to be a leading provider of local, regional and national importance providing a specialist range of distinct, but interrelated services, delivering excellent healthcare, education, training and research, and contributing to the health and wellbeing of the people we serve."

* this profile text was provided by Birmingham Women's NHS Foundation Trust

Category: NHS Hospitals
Hospital Address: Edgbaston, Birmingham, England
Postal Code :B15 2TG
Phone Number :0121 472 1377

City Hospital

Caring and Compassionate, Accessible and Responsive, Professional and Knowledgeable, Open and Accountable, Engaging and Empowering - these are the values that underpin Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust.

The Trust is one of the largest in the West Midlands. It has a reputation for providing fast, efficient and high quality care from three hospitals- City Hospital on the Dudley Road in Birmingham, Sandwell General Hospital in West Bromwich and Rowley Regis Community Hospital in Rowley Regis.

MRSA bacteraemia and C.Difficile infection rates at the Trust are amongst the lowest of any Trust of its size and type and a programme of work focusing on patient nutrition and hospital cleanliness is having a positive impact on the hospital environment and experiences of hospital patients.

Sandwell General Hospital and City Hospital are busy acute hospitals providing many specialist services and a broad range of emergency services, including Accident & Emergency at both sites. A large proportion of surgical procedures are carried out as day case or short stay surgery and the Trust is a leading provider of minimally invasive surgery that enables patients to be treated faster, more comfortably and to recover more quickly.

Rowley Regis Community Hospital was opened in 1994 and provides continuing care and rehabilitation. It also has a range of outpatient and diagnostic facilities.

The Birmingham Treatment Centre opened on the City Hospital site in November 2005. This £35m development provides state of the art facilities for one-stop diagnosis and treatment. It includes an Ambulatory Surgical Unit with six theatres, extensive imaging facilities, an integrated breast care centre, teaching accommodation and outpatient facilities.

A new £18m Emergency Services Centre opened on the Sandwell site in April 2005. It incorporates a comprehensive A&E facility, Emergency Assessment Unit and Cardiac Care Unit.

The Trust hosts the Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre which is a supra-regional specialist facility, as well as the Pan-Birmingham Gynaecological Oncology Centre and Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Centre.

As one of the leading acute Trusts in moving services into the community, many outpatient clinics in a wide range of specialties take place in health facilities across Sandwell and Birmingham so that patients are able to attend their outpatient appointment nearer to their home.

The Trust is also working in partnership with local PCTs and local authorities to develop plans for a new acute hospital in Smethwick with community hospitals on the existing sites, other community health facilities and new ways of providing care closer to where people live and in their own homes. These plans are known as the 'Right Care Right Here Programme' and have the backing of NHS West Midlands and approval as a national priority scheme by the Department of Health. The new hospital is planned to open in 2016.

Aside from being one of the largest providers of acute patient services in the Midlands, the Trust also has a substantial research agenda, focussing on ophthalmology, cardiology, rheumatology, gynaecological oncology and neurology.

In addition the Trust has a major staff, patient and public engagement agenda, with staff engagement led through its trailblazing Listening into Action programme, and a highly active membership of patients and local people. Customer care is at the heart of the Trust's culture, with nine promises to patients (and other staff) that include making them feel welcome, listening to them and going the extra mile. The Trust's moto, "Where everyone matters" was created by frontline staff and sets the tone for the organisation to follow.

The Trust was established in April 2002 and has a budget of around £380 million. It employs more than 6Category: NHS Hospitals
Hospital Address: Dudley Road, Winton Green, Birmingham, England
Postal Code :B18 7QH
Phone Number :0121 554 3801

Queen Elizabeth Medical Centre

University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust runs two hospitals, the Queen Elizabeth and Selly Oak, which are situated 1.5 miles apart in South Birmingham. The principal activities of the Trust are to provide healthcare for the local population of South Birmingham, to provide general and specialist healthcare for a local, regional and, in certain specialities, a national population. It is also to provide an environment for teaching medical, nursing and allied health professionals and for clinical research.

As a specialist teaching Trust, UHB provides a wide range of hospital services:

  • District hospital services, catering for the vast majority of everyday acute health needs among the adult population of South and Central Birmingham
  • Regional services such as renal, cancer, neurosciences, burns and cardiac services for the population of the West Midlands
  • Supra-regional services, including liver and heart transplant programmes, for patients throughout the UK

On the Queen Elizabeth Site the following services are provided:

  • General and Breast Surgery
  • Neurosciences
  • Cardiac Services
  • Renal/Urology Services
  • Liver
  • ENT & Maxillofacial Services
  • Endocrinology
  • GI Medicine and Surgery
  • Oncology
  • QED (Quick and Early Diagnosis Unit)
  • Haematology
  • Respiratory Centre
  • Critical Care

Over 525,000 patients came to UHB for their care in the last 12 months, ranging from simple outpatient appointments to major life-saving procedures.

UHB is the leading teaching hospital in the West Midlands and this year received 'excellent' for its financial management and 'good' for the quality of its clinical and non-clinical services in the Healthcare Commission's Annual Health Check.

UHB has very close links to the University of Birmingham and Birmingham City University and therefore its aims are not simply to provide the best possible care but also to make sure that it fulfils its leading role in teaching medical and nursing students and in providing a base for excellent research.

Complementing its role as a centre of excellence, it also aims to be an asset to the communities of Birmingham and the West Midlands.

UHB is also proud to host the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine (RCDM). The RCDM provides dedicated training for defence personnel and is a focus for medical research. Whilst the RCDM is based at Selly Oak Hospital, defence personnel are fully integrated throughout both sites and treat both military and civilian patients.

Medical military staff also gain valuable experience working in an NHS hospital equipping them with the skills needed to take with them to theatre in war zones.

The Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility (CRF) is also hosted by the Trust at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and is Britain's largest biomedical charity. This development is a joint initiative between UHB and the University of Birmingham Medical School.

The Trust has around 82,000 members and a Board of Governors which includes 24 members of the public (local people, patients and staff), who have been elected as representatives. It serves an ethnically diverse community and this is reflected in its membership and in its Board of Governors.

UHB's ambitions are incorporated into its strategic aims, which also form the framework for annual and medium term planning. Our Annual Plan is available on the Trust's website www.uhb.nhs.uk.

In November 2007 the Birmingham Clinical Research Academy (BCRA) was launched. The AcademyCategory: NHS Hospitals
Hospital Address: , Birmingham, England
Postal Code :B15 2TH
Phone Number :0121 472 1311

Royal Orthopaedic Hospital

The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest and busiest orthopaedic centres in Europe. As well as providing routine treatments such as hip and knee replacements, we also have a specialist spinal service which takes referrals from across the West Midlands. We are also one of only a handful of specialist centres in the UK for the diagnosis and treatment of bone and soft tissue cancers.

The hospital has a long and distinguished history and plays an active role in training orthopaedic surgeons.

What differentiates us from many local orthopaedic NHS hospitals is the degree of sub-specialisation. Our clinicians tend to focus on very specialist areas, rather than one consultant providing a wide spectrum of services. This results in patients often being referred by other hospital consultants to our specialists. We have over 40 orthopaedic specialists involved in providing our range of services, including orthopaedic surgeons, musculo-skeletal physicians, anaesthetists, radiologists, rheumatologists, radiologists and a general physician. They are supported by a number of multidisciplinary specialist teams and advanced nurse practitioners. The hospital has one of the lowest rates of hospital acquired infection in the country, and consistently performs well against national targets.

* this profile text was provided by The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Category: NHS Hospitals
Hospital Address: Bristol Rd South, Northfield, Birmingham, England
Postal Code :B31 2AP
Phone Number :0121 685 4000

Selly Oak Hospital

University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust runs two hospitals, the Queen Elizabeth and Selly Oak, which are situated 1.5 miles apart in South Birmingham. The principal activities of the Trust are to provide healthcare for the local population of South Birmingham, to provide general and specialist healthcare for a local, regional and, in certain specialities, a national population. It is also to provide an environment for teaching medical, nursing and allied health professionals and for clinical research.

As a specialist teaching Trust, UHB provides a wide range of hospital services:

  • District hospital services, catering for the vast majority of everyday acute health needs among the adult population of South and Central Birmingham
  • Regional services such as renal, cancer, neurosciences, burns and cardiac services for the population of the West Midlands
  • Supra-regional services, including liver and heart transplant programmes, for patients throughout the UK

On the Selly Oak Site the following services are provided:

  • Accident & Emergency
  • Medical Assessment Unit (MAU)
  • General Medicine and Elderly Care
  • Trauma
  • Vascular surgery
  • Burns and Plastics
  • Stroke Services
  • Hearing Assessment & Rehabilitation Centre
  • Rheumatology
  • Diabetes
  • Critical Care
  • Day Surgery Unit
  • Dermatology
  • Ophthalmology

Over 525,000 patients came to UHB for their care in the last 12 months, ranging from simple outpatient appointments to major life-saving procedures.

UHB is the leading teaching hospital in the West Midlands and this year received 'excellent' for its financial management and 'good' for the quality of its clinical and non-clinical services in the Healthcare Commission's Annual Health Check.

UHB has very close links to the University of Birmingham and Birmingham City University and therefore its aims are not simply to provide the best possible care but also to make sure that it fulfils its leading role in teaching medical and nursing students and in providing a base for excellent research.

Complementing its role as a centre of excellence, it also aims to be an asset to the communities of Birmingham and the West Midlands.

UHB is also proud to host the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine (RCDM). The RCDM provides dedicated training for defence personnel and is a focus for medical research. Whilst the RCDM is based at Selly Oak Hospital, defence personnel are fully integrated throughout both sites and treat both military and civilian patients.

Medical military staff also gain valuable experience working in an NHS hospital equipping them with the skills needed to take with them to theatre in war zones.

The Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility (CRF) is also hosted by the Trust at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and is Britain's largest biomedical charity. This development is a joint initiative between UHB and the University of Birmingham Medical School.

The Trust has around 82,000 members and a Board of Governors which includes 24 members of the public (local people, patients and staff), who have been elected as representatives. It serves an ethnically diverse community and this is reflected in its membership and in its Board of Governors.

UHB's ambitions are incorporated into its strategic aims, which also form the framework for annual and medium term planning. Our Annual Plan is available on the Trust's website www.uhb.nhs.uk.

In November 2007 the Birmingham Clinical Research Academy (BCRA) was launched. The AcademyCategory: NHS Hospitals
Hospital Address: Raddlebarn Road, Birmingham, England
Postal Code :B29 6JD
Phone Number :0121 627 1627

BMI The Edgbaston Hospital

The 53-bedded Birmingham Hospital has four operating theatres and provides a range of medical, surgical and diagnostic services. The hospital is able to perform surgery to treat breast and bowel cancer, and the breast care unit is BUPA accredited. As well as treating breast cancer, the hospital is able to run tests to diagnose it - mammography is available at the Birmingham Nuffield. Other diagnostic services at the hospital include MRI and CT scans - better than conventional x-rays at imaging soft tissue in the body - ultrasound and x-rays.

Birmingham Nuffield offers a range of physiotherapy services, including specialist treatment for sports injury. Hydrotherapy is available, and there is a gymnasium on site to help with patient rehabilitation. The hospital is able to perform operations on children between three and 12 years of age, and there is always at least one member of staff on site with Advanced Paediatric Life Support training. This means that help is always available in the event of an emergency.

Category: Private Hospital
Hospital Address: 22 Somerset Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, England
Postal Code :B15 2QQ
Phone Number :0121 4562000

BMI The Priory Hospital

BMI The Priory Hospital in Edgbaston is a very large private hospital - with 120 beds, one of the largest in the country. It performs a wide range of medical, diagnostic and surgical procedures, and performs more complex surgery than other, smaller, private hospitals. There are six critical care beds at the hospital, and always at least three members of staff on site with Advanced Life Support training. This level of cover reflects the more complex procedures the hospital carries out. Heart bypass surgery is available at the hospital, and forms part of cardiac services including cardiac catheterisation, coronary angioplasty and coronary angioplasty. The hospital has six operating theatres - five are major, one is minor. Of the major theatres, three are equipped with laminar flow. This is a special clean air system which reduces the risk of infection during operations.

Surgical services for breast and bowel cancer are available, and both units have BUPA accreditation. Chemotherapy is also available for the treatment of the disease. Palliative care is available for patients whose illness is terminal. Although the hospital does not operate on children under three years of age, it can operate on children from three to twelve years of age. There are always at least two members of staff on site with Paediatric Advanced Life Support training.

Category: Private Hospital
Hospital Address: Priory Rd, Edgbaston, Birmingham, England
Postal Code :B5 7UG
Phone Number :0121 440 2323

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