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Date: 21 September 2014

Time: 03:03

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Make Sense Campaign
European Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week, 22 – 26 September
Consultants at QEHB are supporting European Head and Neck Cancer Awareness week, to help prevent the growing number of cases of the disease.
17 September 2014
QEHB Community Orchard’s and Gardens
QEHB Orchard’s vision ‘infectious’ say judges
QEHB’s Community Orchard’s and Gardens have contributed to Birmingham being announced as the gold award for best large city in the Heart of England in Bloom Campaign.
16 September 2014
Coloured pencils
Digital arts event at QEHB
The Young Persons Council is bringing digital arts to QEHB in a project that will create a new piece of artwork for the Trust.
10 September 2014
Image: events calendar
Find out about new dialysis centre
Renal patients and relatives are invited to an open day to see how a new dialysis centre will look when it opens in 2015.
08 September 2014
Image: Dr Kim Gregory, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
New Sport and Exercise Medicine consultant
Dr Kim Gregory will be joining the Trust’s Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) Service.
08 September 2014
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
‘Acci’ reunion marks 21st anniversary
Staff at the former Birmingham Accident Hospital, which closed 21 years ago, are being invited to a special reunion.
08 September 2014
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Falls prevention training for care homes
Staff training programme is introduced at QEHB aimed at helping to reduce number of care home residents who suffer hip fractures due to falls.
03 September 2014
Photo: Satpal Mahal
World’s first revived liver transplant
Surgeons at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham have achieved a world first after resuscitating a liver that would have previously been considered unviable.
28 August 2014
Image (from left to right): Catherine Elliott, Yvonne Pettigrew, Prof Karen Middleton and Lt Col Sandra Williams
VIP ‘absolutely impressed’ by physio staff
Professor Karen Middleton ‘absolutely impressed’ with UHB physiotherapy staff following day-long visit.
15 August 2014
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
VIP to visit UHB Physiotherapy department
The vital role played by Physiotherapists in every stage of a patient’s care at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham will be showcased in a visit tomorrow by Professor Karen Middleton, Chief Executive Officer of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
13 August 2014
Image: Matron Margaret Ann Jones (centre)
Former QEH Matron celebrates milestone
Former QEH matron found a surprise reminder of her nursing career in Birmingham when celebrating her 100th birthday.
08 August 2014
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
UHB training homeless into apprentices
University Hospitals Birmingham is helping to train young homeless people to become apprentices as part of an innovative new scheme.
08 August 2014
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Breakthrough Breast Cancer and UHB join forces
Leading breast cancer charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer has teamed up with UHB to help highlight areas of good practice and identify areas in which services could be improved for local breast cancer patients.
05 August 2014
Macular Society’s Awards for Excellence
QEHB nominated for national eye award
The eye clinic at QEHB has been nominated for a national award after outstanding praise from patients.
05 August 2014
Hospital statue finds new home
Hospital statue finds new home
A distinctive bronze sculpture based on the Good Samaritan parable has found a permanent new home at QEHB.
29 July 2014
Image: area for the new wildflower meadow at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
New wildflower meadow for QEHB
Work begins on new wildflower meadow at the QEHB site as part of the Nature Improvement Area programme.
24 July 2014
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