Hospice Treecycling Campaign celebrates its most Successful year!
Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice Treecycling campaign celebrates 10th anniversary with most successful year ever, raising £106,000 for Hospice care.
Hospice Gaming Challenge Receives Support from Local Award-Winning British Video Game Publisher
Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice gaming challenge receives support from local British award-winning video game publishers, Codemasters.
Hospice invites patients and families to share their experience of care
Patients, families and carers are now able to share their experiences of our services and care through an independent online user feedback platform called Care Opinion.
Caring through the third pandemic wave – an update on our services
As we head into the third wave of the Covid pandemic in the UK, here at Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice, the protection of patients and families as well as staff and volunteers is still our number one priority.
Hospice welcomes new joint CEO Simon Fuller
We’re delighted to welcome Simon Fuller, as he takes over the joint leadership of Birmingham St Mary’s and John Taylor Hospices.
Hospice Bereavement Counsellors share their wisdom as part of National Grief Awareness Week
As a proud partner of this year’s National Grief Awareness Week, our Bereavement Service team is sharing insight into grief and loss
W Wing Yip and Brothers Foundation donation provides grieving children with keepsakes to remember their loved ones
Thanks to the generosity of the W Wing Yip and Brothers Foundation, our Children’s Team can now purchase vital resources to help bereaved children keep memories of their loved ones alive
Shared records will improve care in Birmingham and Solihull
People living in Birmingham and Solihull will soon get better, safer care and treatment, thanks to the introduction of joined-up health and care records.
Hospice to mark Pancreatic Cancer Month with live virtual play
On 24th November, we will be hosting a live, online performance of Homeward Bound – a play based on the true story of Seth and Lesley Goodburn and the 33 short and heart-breaking days from Seth’s diagnosis with pancreatic cancer to his death.
Birmingham St Mary’s shows what it takes to provide end of life care in Covid times this #HospiceCareWeek
This year, a year like never before, play your part in Hospice Care Week…
Black History Month 2020
Black History Month is a time to counteract the invisibility of black people’s contribution to society and a way to challenge the negative stereotypes black people face on a daily basis.
Hospice launches new Homelessness Support Service
We’re proud to announce the launch of a new service that will ensure people who are homeless in the city receive high quality palliative and end of life care – and bereavement support – that is tailored to their needs.