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  • BCHC arch graphic Policy on identifying, reporting, investigating and learning from deaths in careThis policy describes the framework for identifying, reporting, investigating and learning from deaths in care. The purpose of this policy and associated processes is to provide direction and guidance for the coordinated approach to identifying, responding to and learning from deaths of patients who die under our management and care.
  • Health visitors at Well Baby clinic New partnership to deliver Birmingham early years serviceBCHC has been successful in its bid to deliver the new Birmingham early years health and wellbeing service in partnership with Barnardo's, Spurgeons Children's Charity (Spurgeons), St Paul's Community Development Trust and the Springfield Project.
  • Trust joins national physio research trialsBirmingham Community Healthcare has been selected as one of a handful of Trusts in the region to take part in two national research trials aiming to improve physiotherapy outcomes for people with back and shoulder pain.
  • Traffic Life Game launch Traffic Life Game gets green light!A new board game designed to help people with learning disability understand how to form and develop relationships has been launched by BCHC.
  • little boy playing at development check clinic Early years service public information sessionsThe new Birmingham early years health and wellbeing service is holding a series of information sessions in community locations throughout the city between 11 and 22 September.
  • National Express supporting BCHC Charity Kind-hearted coach operators reach £1k milestone in fundraising 'drive'Coach operator National Express has jumped aboard Birmingham Community Healthcare's fundraising journey after staff adopted the trust's charity as a deserving cause to support in 2017, collecting more than £1,000 to date.
  • Site location map Moseley Hall Hospital Consultation closed on car parking proposals at Moseley Hall HospitalThe consultation on emerging plans for the provision of additional car parking spaces at Moseley Hall Hospital is now closed.
  • NEPT bus Non-emergency patient transportWest Midlands Ambulance Service will provide non-emergency patient transport to eligible patients with a medical need. Patients need to call a new number - 0800 035 6511 - to arrange transport.
  • RICS award for dental hospital Crowning glories for dental hospital and schoolThe team at Birmingham Dental Hospital and School of Dentistry are celebrating after picking up a prestigious awards double.
  • skydive five Brave bunch take on skydive for BCHC charity!Five intrepid staff and supporters took to the skies this weekend, plummeting over 15,000ft skydiving over Cambridge.
  • Patient Tony Rai donates T-shirts to Ward 8 at Moseley Hall Hospital Patient offers a 'fitting' gesture of thanksA generous patient cared for in the stroke rehabilitation ward at Moseley Hall Hospital has found the perfect fit for a meaningful 'thank you'.
  • Anupurba Saha Anupurba SahaAfter spending the first 17 months of her life in hospital, Anupurba takes most challenges in her stride. Now, thanks to a new running blade, the bubbly seven-year-old is adding an extra surge of energy into her favourite street dancing routines.
  • Nadia Khan, author of My Journey Telling it straight - Nadia's incredible journeyA young Birmingham woman who receives support and treatment at West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre has written a book describing her journey since a childhood illness left her with long-term disability.
  • Danielle and Gary Lennox Marathon man funds patient extrasPatients cared for at Kingswood Drive respite service are getting a fundraising boost thanks to a grateful parent and first-time marathon runner.
  • secondary school pupils School nurse text message service launched in Birmingham and SandwellThe school nursing teams in Birmingham and Sandwell have today (3 April 2017) launched a new service to give young people direct access to expert healthcare advice and support via their mobile phone or tablet.
  • Jodie Millard Jodie MillardJodie Millard has set her sights on new ambitions after becoming the first person West Mids Rehabiltation Centre has equipped with an activity limb incorporating a prosthetic knee joint.
  • The Sheldon Unit Relocation of the Sheldon Unit – changes to respite and end-of-life careChanges are underway within the Trust to improve the respite and end-of-life care services provided to adults across the city.
  • Lois Gregory Lois GregoryLivewire Lois Gregory loves dancing, running and riding her pony Bridget. And now, thanks to a bright pink activity limb designed to her personal requirements and tastes, she is looking forward to living life even faster!
  • active limbs 'Active limbs' give West Mids youngsters new lease of lifeYoung people are running, dancing, playing sport and taking part in PE with their schoolmates thanks to state-of-the-art prosthetic limbs supplied by West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre.
  • Please take part in our travel and transport review Update on travel and transport reviewThank you to the patients, visitors and residents that took part in our travel and transport survey - an update including the results is now available to view.
  • Emma and Peter Glass The sky's the limit for fab four!On Sunday, 14 May, four Birmingham Community Healthcare staff and supporters will plummet 10,000ft plus over Cambridgeshire all to help fundraise for the Trust's charity.
  • armed forces veterans Healthcare 'navigator' post created to support armed forces community A new initiative has been launched to help members of the local armed forces community access the right NHS health and support.
  • WWII veteran Apply for exciting role supporting armed forces communityWould you like the opportunity to work for an outstanding new project establishing a welfare navigation service within a primary care environment and then providing on-going support to referred members of the wider military community, including serving personnel, veterans, reservists and their families?
  • RCN Jobs Fair Birmingham Looking for a career in nursing?Hundreds of qualified health care staff will get the chance to learn more about a career in nursing at a two-day recruitment event being held to attract people to Birmingham and the Black Country.
  • disability confident logo Being a 'disability confident' employerBCHC is proud to have been awarded 'disability confident' employer status, recognising the Trust's commitment to recruiting and retaining the skills and talents of disabled people and people with health conditions.
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