Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust is an integrated care organisation dedicated to: improving the lives of local people; maintaining an outstanding reputation for teaching and education; and embedding innovation and research.
The Trust employs over 7,000 people and spend around £430m of public money, largely drawn from its local Clinical Commissioning Group. Together, they are responsible for the care of 530,000 local people from across North-West Birmingham and all the towns within Sandwell.
Its teams are committed to providing compassionate, high quality care from City Hospital on Birmingham’s Dudley Road, from Sandwell General Hospital in West Bromwich, and from intermediate care hubs at Rowley Regis and Leasowes in Smethwick.
The Trust includes the Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre (a supra-regional eye hospital), as well as the Pan-Birmingham Gynae-Cancer Centre, our Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Centre, and the regional base for the National Poisons Information Service – all based at City.