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Royal Orthopaedic Hospital – Celebrating its bicentennial in 2017 the ROH is a national orthopaedic centre of excellence and on of the few hospitals in the United Kingdom dedicated solely to musculoskeletal problems. It is also recognised internationally particularly for its work in Oncology, Complex Arthroplasty and Spinal Surgery. In addition to being a specialist tertiary referral centre the ROH also provides regional secondary care.
University Hospital Birmingham – A merger between Selly Oak Hospital and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital led to the formation of UHB which opened in 2010. UHB is a designated major trauma centre and is home to the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine (RCDM) as such it plays a crucial role in the care of military patients.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital – With a history going back 150 years the BCH is a specialist paediatric centre and a designated paediatric major trauma centre.
Sandwell & West Birmingham Hospital – Currently over two sites (City Hospital and Sandwell Hospital) a new hospital (Midland Metropolitan Hospital) is eagerly anticipated and is expected soon. It is a secondary care hospital serving the communities of West Birmingham.
Russells Hall Hospital, Dudley – Situated further west of Birmingham, Russells Hall is a secondary care hospital serving the communities of the Black Country and southern Staffordshire.
New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton – Is a secondary care facility based in Wolverhampton offering general trauma and orthopaedic services. Having recently acquired Cannock Chase Hospital it now has a centre for increased elective services.
Walsall Manor Hospital – A secondary care facility based in Walsall, offering general trauma and orthopaedic services.
Worcestershire Royal Hospital/Alexandra Hospital, Redditch – Having merged in the relatively recent past, these once two independent hospitals serve the communities of south Warwickshire and Worcestershire with general trauma & orthopaedic services.
Hereford County Hospital – Although geographically located the furthest from Birmingham, the County Hospital is a vital secondary care facility for rural communities both in the England and over the border in Wales. It provides general trauma and orthopaedic services.