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Tuesday 22nd May 2018

University Hospital Birmingham Nhs Foundation Trust Articles


No show MP

8th September 2008

Gisela Stuart MP under pressure to give up seat as Governor at University Hospital Birmingham.

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Jobs hope at site of hospital

25th June 2008

Birmingham City counsillors set to force changes to planning guidelines covering Selly Oak Hospital

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Liver patients help celebrate 3000th liver transplant

16th June 2008

Liver recipients celebrate 3000 liver transplant carried out at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

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Trainee surgeons are all going bananas

22nd April 2008

University Hospital Birmingham is one of the first in the country to offer pioneering training in keyhole surgery which gives young doctors the chance to use key hole laproscopic instruments in surgery on latex organs and bananas.

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Prince Harry's hero marine contracts MRSA

16th April 2008

Spokeswoman for University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust said "Marine McBean has not contracted a hospital acquired infection whilst a patient at Selly Oak Hospital."

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Medics swap hols for ops

16th April 2008

Doctors, surgeons, anaesthetists and nurses from University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust will travel to Trinidad to carry out five operations to help to teach Caribbean medics to perform renal transplants.

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Hospitals first with superbug screening

12th March 2008

University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust has become one of the first in the Midlands to screen every emergency patient for MRSA. The pilot scheme will test all patients requiring emergency surgery.

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New hospital in pledge to tackle infection risk

16th January 2008

More than 3,000 alcohol hand dispensers will be fitted to walls around the wards. Building work is well under way on the new University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust hospital which is due to open its doors in 2010.

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Volunteers for breast cancer trial needed

14th January 2008

Midlands' leading cancer centre is appealing for volunteers to take part in a new breast cancer study, which would minimise surgery for post menopausal women. Researchers from University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and Cancer Research UK's Clinical Trials Unit at Birmingham University are looking to recruit 1,000 patients for the largest study of its kind in the UK.

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Tories 'are damaging NHS staff morale'

18th October 2007

Managers at Birmingham Trust have accused Tories of damaging staff morale and confidence of patients

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