Here you can get country wise and city wise complete list of Hospitals in Solihull - England in United Kingdom. We have provided Top Hospitals list of Solihull - England in United Kingdom (UK) here along with their address and Phone number. ( Page# 1 )
Solihull Hospital first opened its doors as a Workhouse in 1839 for the 'undeserving poor', including the homeless, sick, aged and those with smallpox and TB.
Until 1939 there was no hospital in Solihull, however the circumstances of war turned the Workhouse into a hospital. The opening of the Solihull District General Hospital in 1994 was an important event in Solihull's History as it was the first time the people of the area had a modern purpose-built hospital where all types of treatment, including the care of children, the elderly, and the mentally ill was provided on one site. In 1996, Solihull and Heartlands Hospitals merged to create Birmingham Heartlands & Solihull NHS Trust. In April 2005, this became the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust. There have been many exciting developments since, which have improved facilities and services at Solihull Hospital for both patients and staff. In April 2007, Good Hope Hospital became part of the Heart of England of England NHS Foundation Trust, in the first merger of its kind in the NHS.
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 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.
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NHS HospitalsHospital Address:
Lode Lane, Solihull, EnglandPostal Code :
B91 2JLPhone Number :
0121 424 2000
Spire Parkway Hospital
Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull has 57 beds, including an 8 bedded Day Care facility, and four operating theatres. Two of these are major operating theatres equipped with laminar flow - this is a special clean air system which reduces the risk of infection during operation. It is particularly useful during orthopaedic procedures, especially joint replacement. The hospital can perform surgery for breast and bowel cancer, and is BUPA Approved for the provision of breast and colorectal cancer services. Chemotherapy is also available in order to treat cancer, and mammography is available in order to diagnose breast cancer. A range of other diagnostic services are available. MRI and CT scans can be performed - better at imaging soft tissue than conventional x-rays - and bone densitometry scans can identify problems such as osteoporosis. Physiotherapy services are offered, with specialist treatment for sports injury available. Hydrotherapy and an onsite gymnasium also form part of the services offered at BUPA Parkway.Category:
Private HospitalHospital Address:
1 Damson Parkway, Solihull, EnglandPostal Code :
B91 2PPPhone Number :
0121 704 1451