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11.06.2021

Two new jobs at Healthwatch Solihull

Do you want to make a difference in Solihull?

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21.05.2021

Neighbourhood Integration – Health and Social Care services working closer together

On the 18th May 2021, Healthwatch Birminghm, Birmingham City Council and the NHS held a community engagement event for citizens to find out how local health and social care services are working together to improve…

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05.05.2021

Find out how local health & social care services are working together

Find out how local health and social care services are working together to improve your care at our free online forum.

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12.04.2021

Got a question about maternity services?

Come and find out about SWBH Maternity Services and how they are keeping mums, babies and staff safe during the Covid Pandemic.

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08.04.2021

What if…Community Conversation

Register your attendance at the next “What if…Community Conversation” on zoom Wednesday April 14th, 10:20am til 12:30pm Networking Afterparty 12:30pm til 1pm CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Join Black Country and West Birmingham CCG (BCWB CCG)…

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01.04.2021

Win £50 to spend at a local business in our 8th birthday draw!

Share your thoughts on the services you use with us by April 30th and you could win 1 of 8 £50 vouchers for a local business of your choice

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16.03.2021

Share your thoughts about the Covid-19 vaccine

Are you a Black or Asian person living in England?

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10.03.2021

Get the best help for your child in a health emergency

We’re running a free online session with Doctors from Birmingham Children’s Hospital A & E department to help you find out the best ways to get medical help for your child in an emergency.

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09.03.2021

Join Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust Families and Patients Advisory Group

If you are passionate about better services in hospitals and community health teams then Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust invites you to join its Families and Patients Advisory Group.

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03.03.2021

COVID & You: Debate for young people

Are you aged 11-25 and interested in finding out more about the COVID-19 vaccine?

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