Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

Phone 0121 627 2000 to contact the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham about a ward, department, staff member or patient.

Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital is one of the biggest state-of-the-art hospitals in existence within the United Kingdom. The colossal, ultramodern structure was built close to the site of the old hospital.

Examples of medical expertise present range from acute care to surgery to organ transplant and outpatient physiotherapy and aftercare service. Renowned for its specialist care, the hospital receives regular referrals from around the UK.

Completed in 2010 as part of an ambitious regeneration plan, the hospital has more than 1200 beds, with about 100 forming its intensive care unit. This is one of several record breaking achievements Queen Elizabeth hospital attained on its day of opening; other distinctions include its organ transplant department which is the largest of its kind in Europe.

Also vital to the University of Birmingham’s medical school, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital has proven vital to the health and welfare of local West Midlands residents. It continues to be positively rated in family and patient surveys as well as professional inspections.

Do you have to contact the Queen Elizabeth Hospital with an enquiry about health or patient services?

In order to contact the helpful hospital switchboard, you should phone 0121 627 2000, where the reception will swiftly route you to the medical staff, ward or department line you require.
For written contact, address your letter to:

Queen Elizabeth Hospital,
Medical Centre,
Edgbaston,
Birmingham,
B15 2TH

If you need to get through to a specific department direct, the NHS Foundation Trust which runs Queen Elizabeth Hospital has published a full list at this web address: www.uhb.nhs.uk/contact-a-department.htm

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