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Whether you're a GP, a consultant, or a member of the public from a different organisation such a school or a local business, welcome to our professionals hub where you can find everything from the range of services we deliver, through to latest news and information about our membership or the latest employment opportunities we have within the Trust. 

We provide 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 hospitals, health centres and clinics. We provide services for adults, children, people with learning disabilities, those with rehabilitation needs and also dental services. Click for a full A-Z of our services you can refer to.

Healthcare staff may be uniquely placed to identify a possible safeguarding concern.  They are often working with patients who, for a range of reasons, may be less able to protect themselves from neglect, harm or abuse. Find out more about safeguarding for children, or adults here.

Our Consolidated Formulary is a list of recommended choices of clinically appropriate drug therapies that should cover 80 per cent of routine prescribing within the organisation.  Prescribers should select from the formulary, whenever possible for treatment initiation and where treatments are being reviewed.

As a community Foundation Trust, we deliver the majority of services in people's homes and community settings. Membership is therefore a natural step forward for us, our patients and their families. We have thousands of public members, as well as staff, public and stakeholder Governors who represent the communities we serve. Find out more here.

Are you looking for an exciting challenge and an opportunity to work within our busy and friendly community healthcare trust? Why not follow this link to browse our vacancies. 

Latest News

  • stroke survivors A new stroke pathway for BirminghamAs part of our commitment to the communities we serve, work is in hand to transform the support we give people recovering from strokes into a fully integrated community service ensuring Birmingham residents who have experienced a stroke receive high quality specialist care following discharge from hospital.
  • nurse vaccinating elderly lady against COVID-19 Forward view 2021/22Our planning for 2021/22 has obviously been significantly affected by our COVID-19 response. We also face much greater uncertainty about the national approach than is usual at this stage in the year.
  • AMH nurse with mask Restrictions on inpatient visitorsWe continue to operate restrictions to visiting our inpatients due to the need to maintain 'COVID security' and prevent and control infections. When your loved one is in our care as an inpatient, a member of the ward team will contact you to let you know how you or a member of your family will be able to visit.
  • Nurse and patient Letters to loved onesTo help friends and family stay in touch with our patients while visiting is not allowed, we have introduced a special, dedicated email service.
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Our charity 

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Board of Directors 

The trust is led by a board of directors comprising seven full-time executive directors and six part-time non-executive directors.

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Working for us

Be part of our team and help us achieve better care and healthier communities. We offer a range of nursing jobs and career opportunities as part of flexible employment packages. We offer flexible opportunities, in a range of settings, that give nurses time to care. Community services deliver care in people’s homes, in clinics and health centres and inpatient facilities.

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District Nursing


We provide clinical services out in people's homes and in over 300 health centres, clinics and specialist centres across the region. Click below to find out more.

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