Health in Birmingham
Listings of Local NHS Services
This web page allows you to search for all local health services, e.g. doctors, dentists, opticians, pharmacists, hospitals, primary care groups etc. Just choose the service and enter the area or postcode.
The web site for the Health Exchange includes details of many local support groups and organisations.
Help make Birmingham more active!
The Birmingham City Council Wellbeing Service is trying to get people who live in Birmingham to tell us how they do or don’t use our leisure facilities, including Wellbeing Centres, parks, open spaces and cycle lanes. This will help inform us how to encourage Birmingham citizens to keep active, healthy and happy.
If you’d like to help out please complete and share this survey, which will take less than 10 minutes, and you’ll be in with a chance to win Love2shop vouchers worth up to £300! You can spend these at local stores including TK Maxx, Boots and Argos.
Equip is a gateway to quality health and social care information for patients, families and carers. The site is produced by West Midlands Library Services, so has many useful local links. Please note that EQUIP will soon be moving to a new home with NHS local, www.nhslocal.co.uk
Older Person's web site
A Birmingham site arranged by geographical area giving information on topics of relevance to older people, e.g. Health, Housing, Safety, Mobilitywww.nhs.uk/social-care-and-support-guide.aspx
Cancer Research UK
Cancer Research UK’s website provides accessible information about cancer and its treatment for patients and their friends and families, including a database of more than 500 UK clinical trials that are open to patients.
If you have questions about cancer call Cancer Research UK’s nurses on freephone 0808 800 4040 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
Share with others at the online forum Cancer Chat
Help Harry Help Others, a children's cancer charity provides support and information.
The Birmingham Drop In Cancer Support Centre is part of the HelpHarryHelpOthers Cancer Charity (www.hhho.org.uk). The Centre has been created based on the Moseley’s own journey with Cancer and aims to offer every type of support required outside of treatment.
Please note We are not responsible for the content of other organisations' websites.