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Solihull Hospital

Solihull Hospital, based near to Solihull town centre, provides a range of outpatient and inpatient services for the local community.

Solihull Community Services teams also provide a wide range of care for Solihull residents in their own homes and in community-based settings such as GP surgeries, community clinics and care homes.

Solihull Hospital is currently playing a crucial role in supporting University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB) to be able to offer local patients their elective surgical procedures.

There are considerable waiting lists for urgent surgical procedures, due to the unprecedented impact of COVID-19, so the capacity that Solihull Hospital provides is essential to help treat as many patients as possible, in a timely way. To enable this to happen, the Minor Injuries Unit (MIU) is currently temporarily closed.

Local people in need of urgent medical help should contact NHS 111. They are available 24/7 and it’s free to call.

NHS 111 will advise the best course of action to help deal with any concerns; this might be visiting a pharmacy, or booking an appointment with a GP, local urgent treatment centre, or A&E (please note: there is no A&E at Solihull Hospital).

For life-threatening emergencies, always dial 999.

Last reviewed: 16 November 2021