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First triplets born in more than five years at Good Hope

Published: September 19, 2019

Laura Smith gave birth to the first set of triplets at Good Hope Hospital in over five years during August. Harry, Carter and Aria were born safely to proud parents Laura and Anthony after an eventful pregnancy. They were born just five weeks early and proved to be strong, if small, spending just 13 days on […]

Paediatric and neonatal recruitment day – Monday 2 July

Published: June 25, 2018

We are holding a recruitment event on Monday 2 July between 10.30am and 1.30pm to showcase the Paediatric and Neonatal Services provided across the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. Our teams work at Heartlands and Good Hope Hospitals and our services include two paediatric assessment units, day surgery, inpatients, high dependency facilities and paediatric […]

Major investment in Good Hope Hospital renovations

Published: June 1, 2018

Patients, relatives, staff and visitors are set to benefit from significant investment totalling over £700,000 in transforming facilities at Good Hope Hospital. Good Hope is already benefiting from the opening of a new chemotherapy day unit this month following a £100,000 investment from Good Hope Charity with the support of Friends of Good Hope Hospital. […]

Mustafa Sajeel – emergency department consultant

Published: April 13, 2018

Mustafa is a consultant in ED and lead at Good Hope. He’s lived in Sutton Coldfield since 2007 and is married with two children. He  moved to West Midlands in 2006 and started training as a registrar in Emergency Medicine. He has worked at different hospitals across the region including City Hospital, New Cross, Birmingham […]

Caroline Park – emergency medicine consultant

Published: April 29, 2019

Caroline has been an Emergency Medicine consultant here for 22 years. She is clinical governance lead for EM and a former clinical director.  She is the lead for medical students in ED at Heartlands and has been active in developing both our ENP and ACP programmes. Caroline trained at the University of Birmingham Medical School […]

Ellen Jones – emergency department consultant

Published: April 13, 2018

Ellen, who has worked for us since 1996, is based mainly at Heartlands but rotates to Good Hope and Solihull. As well as her Emergency Department consultant role she is also an inspirational education champion for emergency medicine and Head of School for postgraduate training in Emergency Medicine in the West Midlands. She started her […]

Aidan McNamara – emergency department consultant

Published: April 13, 2018

Aidan is an experienced and highly respected consultant who has worked at the Trust for 20 years. He joined us in 1998 after training and qualifying in Dublin. A former clinical director at the Trust, he mainly works at Heartlands Hospital but also works at Good Hope Hospital’s emergency unit and the Minor Injuries Unit […]

Catrin Dyer – emergency department consultant

Published: April 13, 2018

Catrin (Cat) is an emergency department consultant who works across our three hospitals. Cat, who is accredited in paediatrics, is on her second spell working for us. She says she rejoined in October 2016 – and say that largely because of the great people in the ED team. She is originally from South Wales and […]

David Raven – emergency department clinical lead

Published: April 13, 2018

David is a clinical lead in Heartlands Hospital’s Emergency Department. He is also National Course director for the innovative HECTOR project and a medical advisor for BBC Casualty. He is also Midlands Silver Trauma Group Chair. David lives in Bromsgrove with his wife and two young children. He loves skiing, running and going to the […]

Hari Sukuraman – associate consultant

Published: April 13, 2018

Hari moved to the UK from India to take up a job with us in the Emergency Department.  He did his basic medical training in India and a chance meeting sparked his interest in pursuing a career in emergency medicine in the UK.  While he was teaching life support courses as part of his postgraduate […]

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