About the hospitals
University Hospitals Birmingham Charity supports four of Birmingham's largest hospitals and the Birmingham Chest Clinic.
The hospitals are run by University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and the Charity exists to help provide those added extras that are "over and above" what can be provided by the NHS.
Here is more information about the hospitals we serve - Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Heartlands Hospital, Good Hope Hospital, Solihull Hospital & Community Services, Birmingham Chest Clinic and Umbrella Sexual Health Services.
The old Queen Elizabeth Hospital was established in Birmingham in 1933, and was replaced with a new £545 million hospital under the same name in 2010. The hospital provides a whole range...Find out more >
Birmingham Heartlands Hospital is based at the heart of a bustling, dynamic community. Heartlands Hospital is a large site consisting of modern, state-of-the-art buildings purpose built to...Find out more >
Good Hope Hospital serves North Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield and a large part of south east Staffordshire, including Burntwood, Lichfield and Tamworth. The catchment population is about...Find out more >
Solihull Hospital, based near to Solihull town centre, provides a range of outpatient, inpatient and emergency care services for its local community. It is also the regional centre for...Find out more >
Birmingham Chest Clinic is situated in the very heart of Birmingham city centre, and offers a series of specialist services to patients. Providing cutting edge surgical procedures and...Find out more >
Umbrella provides free and confidential sexual health services in Birmingham and Solihull, including all types of contraception and STI testing and treatment. The service is confidential,...Find out more >