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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

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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Professionals

We provide high quality, accessible and responsive community and specialist services across the West Midlands. We deliver clinical services, out in peoples homes and in over 340 health centres, clinics and specialist facilities including the Birmingham Dental Hospital and School of Dentistry, West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre, Moseley Hall and West Heath community hospitals. We provide services for adults, children, people with learning disabilities and mental health conditions, those with rehabilitation needs and also dental services.

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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

  • Sounds of Play Early years music project comes to BirminghamBirmingham Forward Steps - the early years health and wellbeing partnership led by BCHC - and a group of consortium partners have been awarded £149,000 by the charity Youth Music to support music in children's early years. Over the next two years (2019-2021) the project, called Sounds of Play, aims to improve music provision for birth to five-year olds and their families.
  • Rob Cartwright - MG warriors [jpeg] Walking Warriors Rehab RelayA group of current and former clients of the Moor Green Outpatient Brain Injury Service at Moseley Hall Hospital have organised a relay walk, with support from BCHC Charity, to raise funds for a much needed treadmill at the centre's gym.
  • TIHM elderly couple Exploring tech solutions to improve long-term care at homeA pilot project exploring the use of cutting edge technology to improve the quality of life for people receiving long-term care at home is to be launched by BCHC.
  • Tanisha's mum Najma and palliative care nurse Ruth Cope. Family pledges support for life-limiting condition researchA family in which two out of four children were born with a rare genetic disorder have spoken about their commitment to helping research to find new treatments for the life-limiting condition.
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