Birmingham Children's Hospital

Everyone likes playing – whether it's dressing a favourite doll or zapping baddies in a computer game. Doing what you enjoy helps you chill, and when you're relaxed you tend to be less wound up about things that are bugging you.

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Annual Report 2011-2012

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The annual report contains all the information the hospital has to declare each year at its annual general meeting, as well as other information about what we have achieved in the past year, and our hopes for the future.

It’s been another year of sustained improvement at Birmingham Children’s Hospital – building on the successes of last year and shaping new strategies to ensure we continue to provide excellent care at our hospital well into the future.

Rosie Coffey was aged 11 when she was diagnosed as having epilepsy.

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Lesley Barrett is the George Coller Asthma Nurse at Birmingham Children's Hospital, so called because she is funded by the George Coller Memorial Fund named after a three-year-old boy who died from the illness.

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Until recently, no new drugs to treat children with cancer had been developed for several decades. This was because child cancer is rare and there was no incentive for big drug companies to spend money on producing new drugs specifically for cancer in children.

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Annual Report 2009-2010

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The annual report contains all the information the hospital has to declare each year at its annual general meeting, as well as other information about what we have achieved in the past year, and our hopes for the future.

Trust Structure

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How the hospital is organised into departments

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Youth club, cinema nights, trips out, Scouts and Guides: yes, this is all happening at Birmingham Children's Hospital.

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