Updated 4:31am 22 May 2013
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A new strategy to try to solve severe bed-blocking, which is costing Birmingham City Council and the NHS millions of pounds, is to be launched.Read
A Birmingham hospital which has the most expensive parking fees in the city has raised prices again - blaming the VAT rise.Read
A Government shake-up of the NHS could pose a risk to health services in the West Midlands as scores of senior managers leave the region to take up new posts elsewhere, officials have warned.Read
A Birmingham health trust is being bailed out with a £7 million handout after fears it could run into debts this year.Read
Emergency patients have been left stranded in ambulances for over two hours outside Birmingham A&Es as bed-blocking and winter pressures reach crisis point.Read
Parts of the old Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham are likely to be mothballed for years because of fears over asbestos.Read
The second phase of a move into Birmingham’s £2.6 billion new superhospital gets underway today.Read
Sweeping changes to NHS payments could lead to a £12.8 million cut in income for Birmingham Children’s Hospital.Read
A host of Midland hospitals have been named and shamed for using outdated dangerous surgical equipment.Read
A church devastated in the Birmingham tornado is to rise from the ashes as part of a £12 million redevelopment with the NHS.Read
Hundreds of families have demanded the re-introduction of routine tuberculosis jabs in Birmingham schools after new figures revealed a rise in cases to dangerous levels.Read
Breast cancer patients who underwent operations at a West Midlands hospital are being given special health checks after a top surgeon’s procedures were called into question.Read
Ambulance chiefs are planning to cut ambulance stations, transport control rooms as well as ensuring it transports fewer people to hospital as part of measures to reduce waste.Read
Health chiefs are launching a new campaign to prevent sudden baby deaths.Read
The new £370 million hospital for Birmingham and the Black Country is to be called the Midland Metropolitan Hospital.
A Birmingham teacher died in a road crash as he cycled to join his family for their half-term holiday.Read
Alison Dayani is Health Correspondent on the Birmingham Mail but also covers general news, features, music and theatre. As a trained video journalist, she provides footage of events and health stories for the website too.
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