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Over 100 Clinical Services

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Services for Adults

Birmingham Community Healthcare provides accessible and responsive care to adults in locations across the city. Patients and other service users will be given the opportunity to access their healthcare services in the location that best meets their needs, ranging from clinics to inpatient facilities to an individual's own home.


Children & Young People's Zone

A wide range of universal and specialist services are provided for children, young people and families in homes, schools and clinics across Birmingham. Every child is supported from pre-birth to five years old by our health visiting teams. Our nurses in mainstream and specialist schools then provide continuing health checks, immunisations and support. For children with additional developmental needs, specialist support is provided in families' homes and in child development centres across the city.



Birmingham Community Healthcare provides high quality, accessible and responsive community and specialist services within Birmingham and the West Midlands. We deliver over 100 clinical services, out in peoples homes and in over 300 health centres clinics and specialist centres including the Birmingham Dental Hospital and School of Dentistry, West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre, Moseley Hall and West Heath community hospitals. We provide services for adults, children, people with learning disabilities, those with rehabilitation needs and also dental services.

Respite for carers

Tell us your views

Whether you're a carer, or public member, a service user why not get involved with BCHC. You can have your say on our services and see your decisions make a difference. Our patient experience / customer services team have a range of support services available to you, our membership programme has over 10,000 public members across the West Midlands, and we have over 5000 staff delivering 120 community services across the region. Click to find out more >

Latest News

  • Kings Speech Kings Speech inspires theatre and therapy partnershipA group of young people who stammer recently took part in a week of theatre and therapy as part of a ground breaking partnership between Birmingham Repertory Theatre and the citywide speech and language therapy service for children.
  • Tracy Jones (left) and Lynne Shaw show off their Pride of Nursing pin badges. Pride of NursingBCHC nurses Tracey Jones and Lynne Shaw were recognised for outstanding care and dedication after grateful patients nominated them in the inaugural Birmingham Mail Pride of Nursing Awards.
  • Face painter Bella with mum Rachel Morris and daughter Lauren Disability awareness day at Allens Croft Children's CentreAllens Croft Children's Centre held their fifth annual disability awareness day on Friday, 20 March. The action packed event is designed for parents and families to find out more about the range of services available for children at the centre.
  • Sandwell school nursing team receive the Cavell excellence award National acclaim for vulnerable children's teamPioneering work to support vulnerable children in Sandwell has earned national recognition with the award of a prestigious accolade for excellence in school nursing.


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