Communications: Solihull Hospital

Welcome to new primary care services

Published: October 26, 2016

🔊 Listen to this Solihull Hospital is continuing its journey to having a full Urgent Care Centre on site as it welcomes two new services. From Saturday 29 October both an Urgent Primary Care service and a Booked Primary Care service will be available on site, as the temporary building for the Solihull Walk-in Centre at […]

‘Time to Remember’ our loved ones

Published: October 12, 2016

🔊 Listen to this Our annual memorial service to help parents and families to remember their babies lost during pregnancy or shortly after birth, is taking place on Saturday 15 October. The annual ‘A Time to Remember’ service gives parents the chance to meet other families and collectively share and remember babies who passed away […]

Carers recognised at emotional conference at Solihull Hospital

Published: October 6, 2016

🔊 Listen to this The second Recognising the Carer conference held at Solihull Hospital has proved a tremendous success, highlighting the vitally important role of the carer. The event, held by Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, was opened by Meriden MP Dame Caroline Spelman before Solihull entertainer and Panto favourite Malcolm Stent warmed the […]

Locals invited to hear from Solihull bronchoscopy specialist

Published: October 4, 2016

🔊 Listen to this Locals interested in learning more about a common procedure carried out to help tackle lung disease have the chance to hear from a Solihull specialist when the Hospital hosts a talk on the subject. Taking place on Wednesday 19 October at Solihull Hospital at 5pm, Dr Chirag Dave, acute/respiratory medicine consultant, […]

Birmingham health trusts to join forces

Published: September 5, 2016

🔊 Listen to this University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB) and Heart of England (HEFT) Foundation Trusts have agreed to work together to create a single organisation. The outcome will be one Trust running the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Heartlands, Good Hope and Solihull hospitals, the Chest Clinic and Solihull Community Services, as well as the Trusts’ […]

Solihull latches on to world record success

Published: August 19, 2016

🔊 Listen to this A group of Solihull mums and babies ‘latched on’ during World Breastfeeding Awareness Week and helped to break the world record for the most children breastfeeding simultaneously. Solihull Community Services’ Infant Feeding Team, part of Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, joined the 19 mums in Mell Square, Solihull, as a […]

‘I want to go home’ charity event raises vital funds for dementia and delirium care

Published: June 30, 2016

🔊 Listen to this Teams of kind-hearted staff from Solihull Hospital have taken on the challenge of finding their way back from a secret location miles from home without any money – all in the name of charity. Seven teams of four set off from Solihull Hospital, part of Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, […]

Expert to get to the bare bones of arthritis at health talk

Published: June 3, 2016

🔊 Listen to this With around one in six people in the West Midlands suffering from arthritis, which causes inflammation within a joint, Solihull Hospital is hosting a public seminar on this common condition. Taking place on 21 June from 5pm, Dr Arvind Sinha, consultant rheumatologist, will look into the different types of arthritis which […]

All the fun of the fete to raise funds for Solihull Hospital

Published: May 31, 2016

🔊 Listen to this Summer is coming and with that comes the Friends of Solihull Hospital (FOSH) Association summer fete and there are plenty of fun activities on offer to keep all ages entertained while raising vital funds for the hospital. The event takes place in the grounds of Solihull Hospital near to the main […]

New volunteers join hospital team aiming to prevent delirium

Published: May 23, 2016

🔊 Listen to this With Dementia Awareness Week in full swing 16 kind-hearted volunteers at Solihull Hospital began their journey to helping to prevent delirium, a common condition affecting up to one in three elderly patients. Patients with delirium can be confused, agitated, drowsy, less mobile and they can experience frightening hallucinations. Although it’s a […]

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