University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust provides a wide range of clinical and non-clinical services. Use our alphabetical list to find the right service for you.
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Paediatrics Paediatrics is the care and treatment of medical conditions affecting infants and children.
Pain Management Pain Management is an outpatients service that assists patients who have chronic pain.
Chaplaincy Chaplains are members of hospital staff who provide spiritual, religious and pastoral care to patients and staff.
Pathology Pathology is a branch of medical science that studies the causes and effects of diseases.
Pharmacy The department provides a comprehensive pharmacy and medicines management service.
Phlebotomy Phlebotomists prepare and take blood samples from patients for laboratory testing.
Clinical Photography Clinical photographers are clinically trained to document a patient's condition during their treatment.
Physiotherapy Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession dedicated to restoring movement, impairment and disability.
Plastic Surgery Plastic, reconstructive, and cosmetic surgery refers to operations that repair or restore body parts.
Podiatric Surgery Podiatric Surgery is the surgical treatment of the foot and its associated structures.
Podiatry Podiatry provides diagnosis, treatment and preventative care of patients with foot and lower limb problems.
Portering The Portering and Logistics team transport patients, specimens, medicine, gases and post inside the hospital.
Pre-operative Assessment Unit
Pre-operative Assessment Unit The nurse-led Pre-operative Assessment Unit reviews the general health and fitness of patients before surgery.
Procurement The Procurement service is responsible for improving purchase and supply chain activity throughout the Trust.
Mental Health The Mental Health Hospital situated near Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham is not part of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.
Communications Communications handle all media enquiries and deal with all internal and external communication needs of the Trust.