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Services for Adults

We provide accessible and responsive care to adults across the West Midlands. Patients and service users receive care either in their own home, or in a range of inpatient settings, community hospitals, health centres and clinics. Our services for adults include community based or inpatients, learning disabilities, dental, rehabilitation, physiotherapy to name a few. Please click the link for the full service directory.


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 the West Midlands. Every child is supported by a health visitor, from pre-birth to five years old by our Early Years service and health visiting teams. Then, our nurses in mainstream and specialist schools continue to provide school nursing and other services right up until the age of 25 in some cases.  For children with additional developmental needs, specialist support is provided in families' homes and in child development centres across the city. 

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COVID-19 Information

Throughout the pandemic, rules have changed in and out of NHS hospitals and services. Click the green button to find out more and keep up to date with all the latest Government and NHS England advice and guidance.
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Get involved and have your say

Whether you're a carer, public member, patient or service user why not get involved. You can have your say on your services and make a real 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 our staff delivering 120 services across the region. 

Latest News

  • care hone resident and district nurse Integrated Neighbourhood TeamsFive integrated 'neighbourhood teams' in Birmingham are set to pilot the first phase of a new programme aimed at keeping local people safe and well in their own home by delivering better co-ordinated care at a community level.
  • care hone resident and district nurse Urgent community response team easing acute pressure as 999 first respondersAs part of our mission to reduce pressure on acute hospitals, a new urgent community response (UCR) team has been launched with BCHC clinicians serving as first responders to emergency calls from the public. The initiative sees advanced care practitioners and therapists providing urgent care in community settings within two hours of an initial 999 or 111 call to West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS).
  • Care home support app phone graphic Support app for care home teams launchedCare home teams across Birmingham and Solihull are reaping the benefits of instant access to training, guidance and extra support after BCHC launched a new app designed to meet their needs.
  • oral health training for Sandwell care home staff Mouth Care Matters!BCHC's oral health improvement team joined forces with Sandwell Council's infection prevention and control team for a health protection training day aimed at staff from care homes across the borough.
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