Category list : Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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The government is to announce an “ambitious” new goal to help eliminate the ethnicity pay gap in the health service and also boost ethnic minority representation at senior management level.
As a nurse, Mike’s practice was characterised by compassion, humour and thoughtfulness.
Three out of 10 hospitals charge staff for parking, with many also charging for disabled parking, new figures suggest.
Sarah-Jane Marsh, chair of the maternity transformation programme at NHS England, said earlier this week that the country currently lacked “sufficient midwives for the job”.
West Midlands trusts made social media appeals on Sunday for volunteers with 4X4 vehicles to drive nurses to work in anticipation of staff shortages, while others battled in through the snow on foot.
A top children’s hospital has received the highest possible rating from the Care Quality Commission, the first to do so from the speciality.
Staff flu vaccination levels range from 93% at one trust to just 18.4% at another, reveals analysis by Nursing Times of the latest immunisation data.
Two leading specialist hospitals in Birmingham have joined forces to become the UK’s first dedicated women’s and children’s foundation trust.
The national lead for maternity has said her local healthcare system will look to more than double its rate of midwife led births by 2020, but suggested it would see a decrease in standalone unit births.
The leaders of Birmingham Women’s NHS Foundation Trust and Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust have formally agreed to merge the organisations.