How many NHS trusts are there in Birmingham?

How many NHS trusts are there in Birmingham?

The region has a total of 46 NHS organisations: 19 hospital trusts (including nine NHS foundation trusts); six mental health trusts (including three foundation trusts); 17 primary care trusts; three community provider trusts and one ambulance services trust.

How many beds does Good Hope Hospital have?

430Good Hope Hospital / Number of beds

Which NHS Trust covers Birmingham?

University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB) is one of the largest teaching hospital trusts in England, serving a regional, national and international population.

Which hospitals are under University hospitals Birmingham?

Welcome to UHB Home of Good Hope Hospital, Heartlands Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and Solihull Hospital.

Which part of the UK has the best NHS?

The North East and Yorkshire is the best NHS region for healthcare, with 16 locations ranking in the top 20.

How many hospitals are in the Birmingham NHS Trust?

Our hospitals include Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, Solihull Hospital, Good Hope Hospital and Birmingham Chest Clinic.

What is an EAB bed?

Continuing Healthcare The beds are known as Enhanced Assessment Beds. Patients who are fit to be discharged from the city’s acute hospitals but need further support and assessment, are transferred to community based beds.

Can I choose which NHS hospital I go to?

You can choose a hospital or service based on whatever matters most to you – this could include waiting times, quality of service, your previous experience, the opinions of other patients, the location or your GP’s recommendation.

Can I choose which hospital I am referred to?

If a GP needs to refer you for a physical or mental health condition, in most cases you have the legal right to choose the hospital or service you’d like to go to.

Which UK city has the best hospitals?

London is the best hospital city in the UK, with the nation’s best medical institutions and universities, followed by Cambridge, and Manchester.