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Date: 17 February 2020
The Hand Unit is a collaboration of hand surgery teams from orthopaedic and plastic surgery backgrounds working together to provide a comprehensive service to care for adult traumatic and elective hand surgery conditions.
The team of surgeons provides care to patients from across Birmingham, and the unit is a tertiary referral centre for brachial plexus injuries, peripheral nerve injuries and complex wrist conditions.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham is the regional Major Trauma Centre (MTC) for the West Midlands and the national centre for repatriated military trauma patients, many of whom have complex hand injuries.
About the Hand UnitGeneral information about the Hand Unit, delivering hand surgery services at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital.The Hand Unit teamInformation about the Hand Unit team at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, made up of hand surgery consultants, fellows, hand trauma co-ordinators, anaesthetists and hand therapists.Contact details and directionsInformation on how to find and contact the Hand Unit at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.Information for patientsInformation for patients about the hand surgery service provided by the Hand Unit at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital.Information for cliniciansInformation for clinicians about the hand surgery service at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. Includes information about fellowships, courses and publications.