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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
Paediatric DieteticsThe Paediatric team are Registered Dietitians and Assistants who provide dietary advice to children with nutritional problems and their families across Birmingham.
Paediatric Eye ServicesService providing eye tests for reception year children in primary schools, special schools and child development centres.
Paediatric Occupational TherapyThis service works in partnership with other professionals to help children maximise their ability to live more independent lives.
Paediatric Physiotherapy ServicesOffers treatment, by physical means, of conditions that affect or compromise normal childhood development.
Paediatric Short Break Training ServiceThe aim of our service is to enable children and young people with additional healthcare needs access to a wider range of respite and short break services through the training of care staff.
Pain ManagementPain management service
Palliative Care - for adultsThe service aims to give choice and dignity to patients in the final stages of life, providing care that enables individuals to die in an environment that is supportive to them and their carers.
Palliative Care - for children, young people, and young adultsThe service work together with: GPs, paediatricians, hospitals, health visitors, school nurses, social workers and voluntary agencies to enable children to be cared for at home.
PhysiotherapyPhysiotherapy services are provided in various settings for a range of clinical needs. Click the 'physiotherapy' link on the left and then choose the service most appropriate to your need.
PodiatryProvides assessment, diagnosis, advice, treatment and referral for a wide range of foot conditions in health centres, community hospitals and in housebound patients' homes.
Posture and Mobility ServicesA collection of services whose primary function is to work in conjunction with local wheelchair services, rehabilitation units and regional specialist services.
Prison Health Service (HMP Birmingham)Working in partnership with Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, this service provides all primary healthcare services for prisoners at HMP Birmingham.
Prosthetics/ Amputee ServiceA dedicated service for the people who have undergone an upper or lower limb amputation arising from trauma, disease or congenital problems.
Psychology ServiceThe service provides psychological assessment and intervention services to individuals with a range of psychological difficulties, alongside providing support and advice for their families, carers and other professionals.?