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Date: 27 May 2020

Time: 23:24

Speech and language therapy

Speech and Language Therapy is provided to inpatients and outpatients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

The service is for people over 16 years of age who have acquired problems with swallowing, speech and language or voice, often as a result of an illness or surgical procedure.

You can be referred to the inpatient Speech and Language Therapy team by a medical consultant, nurse or health professional from the hospital team.

Speech and Language Therapy students from various universities gain clinical experience in the department, working under the supervision of experienced staff.

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