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Ambulance on 999 call in collision
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Ambulance on 999 call in collision

The female driver was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham A woman was taken to hospital after the car she was driving collided with an ambulance responding to a 999 call. The collision happened at the junction of Lincoln Street and ... BBC, 2 weeks ago

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Are you an expert patient?

Lucy Kirk, Lead Renal Transplant Co-ordinator, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham Receiving a transplant can bring relief after potentially years of ill health. However, it can also bring a heavy responsibility to care for that transplant, ...
 National Kidney Federation2 weeks ago
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UK treatment for Ukraine wounded

Staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital are performing reconstruction surgery The first of five badly-wounded Ukrainian soldiers has arrived in Birmingham for UK-funded medical treatment, the Foreign Office said. Staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital ...
 BBC1 month ago Injured Ukraine soldier comes to UK  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago
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Coroner rules out chlorine as cause of hospital deaths

A coroner has ruled out chlorine contamination as the cause of death for two Birmingham hospital patients who died after water containing high levels of the chemical was found in their dialysis machines. Trevor Wickes, 81, and Irene Wilton, 63, ...
 ITV.com2 weeks ago The on-field victims  The Gulf Today2 months ago Death on the field: A look at cricket tragedies  DAWN Group2 months ago The gentlemen who were on the wrong side of cricket injuries  Indian Express2 months ago
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Capital Bay

Palestinian refugee flees West Bank violence for new life in Britain - only to be put in a coma by thug's brick attack

Mahmoud Hussein was walking to chemists near his home in Birmingham He was attacked with a brick outside shops and suffered serious injuries Father-of-five's wife is keeping a bedside vigil at Queen Elizabeth Hospital He had previously reported ...
 Capital Bay4 weeks ago Dad fighting for life after savage brick attack  ITV.com4 weeks ago Mahmoud Hussein: Dad of five left fighting for life in coma after thug's unprovoked brick attack  Irish Mirror4 weeks ago Father Battles for Life after Vicious Attack  Asian Today4 weeks ago
Irish Mirror

LOOK: See pictures of the devastation caused by the explosion

Two men have suffered serious burns after an explosion at a flat in Birmingham. Paramedics were called to a property on Aldersmead Road in Northfield just after 8.00pm last night. The cause of the explosion is unknown. One man in his 30s and another ...
 ITV.com2 months ago Two arrested after 'Breaking Bad-style drugs lab' explodes on suburban street leaving house virtually destroyed  Irish Mirror2 months ago Huge explosion at Birmingham house 'may be linked to illegal drug production'  Irish Mirror2 months ago Two men arrested after suffering serious burns in Birmingham flat explosion  ITV.com2 months ago
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Irish Independent

Award-winning neurosurgeon jailed for 16 years for indecently assaulting six female patients at two hospitals

Nafees Hamid was an award winning neurosurgeon working in Birmingham The 51-year-old abused his position of trust to sexually assault six women Hamid carried out intimate medical examinations, without gloves, that were deemed medically unjustified ...
 Capital Bay2 months ago Surgeon Nafees Hamid Guilty Of Sexually Assaulting Female Patients  Inquisitr2 months ago Surgeon convicted of patient attacks  Austin American Statesman2 months ago Award winning surgeon found guilty of sex assaults against female patients  Irish Independent2 months ago

Operation Gritrock: Christmas bulletin from UK army medics in Sierra Leone

Andrew Johnston , consultant in respiratory and intensive care medicine, Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, and lieutenant colonel, Royal Army Medical Corps , Mark Bailey , consultant in infectious diseases and ...
 British Medical Journal1 month ago
BBC

Men injured in flat blast arrested

Two men who were seriously injured in a blast at a flat in south Birmingham have been arrested. Emergency services were sent to Aldersmead Road, West Heath, at about 20:10 GMT on Sunday. A 27-year-old man and a man in his 30s were later arrested ...
 BBC2 months ago Two men suffer serious injuries after gas explosion rips the side off two-storey building in Birmingham  Capital Bay2 months ago Two men burned in blast at flat  BBC2 months ago Two women hurt in Hereford stabbing  BBC3 weeks ago
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Neurosurgeon guilty of sexually abusing six patients

A neurosurgeon has been found guilty of sexually abusing six female patients while working at two hospitals in Birmingham. A jury at Birmingham Crown Court heard the victims, some vulnerable, were abused over a two-year period after being ...
 ITV.com2 months ago Neurosurgeon jailed for sexually assaulting 6 patients  ITV.com2 months ago Neurosurgeon jailed for 16 years for sexually abusing six female patients  ITV.com2 months ago
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