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Outpatient Clinics

Our Palliative Medicine Doctors and Clinical Nurse Specialists run Outpatient Clinics each week to support people living with life-limiting illnesses in a clinical setting.

How do I attend Birmingham Hospice as an outpatient?

When you are referred to our Specialist Community Palliative Care Team, you may be offered a clinical appointment in the first instance rather than a home visit. We have found that being seen in an outpatient setting is preferred by some patients, especially when they first interact with Birmingham Hospice’s services.

When you are contacted and book your appointment, full details of what to expect at the clinic, where you need to go when you arrive, and any other information you require will be given to you. Our hospice teams want to make you feel as comfortable as possible and will try their best to accommodate your needs. If you have any accessibility requirements please discuss this when booking your appointment.

To attend as an outpatient, you need to be well enough and have your own transport (or a way of getting to the clinic). Unfortunately, we are unable to provide transport.

Outpatient Clinic locations

Birmingham Hospice, Selly Park at our Living Well Centre

176 Raddlebarn Road

Selly Park


B29 7DA


Jiggins Lane Medical Centre

17 Jiggins Lane
Bartley Green
B32 3LE

We are currently seeking other locations for weekly clinics.

For more information please contact the hospice on 0121 472 1191 – for our Selly Park site, or 0121 465 2000 – for our Erdington site.

I will always be grateful to the hospice."
Sheila Tomkins – Living Well Centre Patient

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