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A-Z of services

Each entry in this service directory includes information on who is eligible for, and how to be referred to, that particular service. If you need assistance contacting any of our services, please call the Trust switchboard on 0121 466 6000.

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NameDescription
Immunisation Co-ordinatorAims to promote best practice guidelines so that children have access to a standard, clinically effective immunisation service delivered by school health teams across the city.
Immunisation ServiceThe immunisation team delivers routine national childhood Immunisations to children at school in Birmingham, and to those that live within Birmingham, offering children protection against disease.
Infant Feeding TeamPart of Children and Families division, the Infant Feeding Team support professionals to promote a supportive environment in which all parents feel able to make informed and positive infant feeding choices.
Inpatient Neurological Rehabilitation UnitProvides specialist assessment and intensive rehabilitation for people with disabilities resulting from neurological conditions.
Inpatient ServicesA range of services delivered in dedicated clinical facilities?in community hospitals and in palliative and intermediate care centres across Birmingham.
Integrated Multidisciplinary TeamsService comprises a wide range of integrated multidisciplinary teams (IMTs), incorporating case management, domiciliary physiotherapy and occupational therapy and community rehabilitation. ?
Intermediate CareProvided for adults requiring short-term interim, rehabilitation and respite care following illness or injury.
Intrathecal Baclofen Specialist ClinicOffers assessment and management of severe and widespread Spasticity for patients with various neurological disorders.